The Anti-Corruption Bureau as part of its probe into the multi-crore Transferable Development Rights (TDR) scam, examined records at the Sree Banashankari Mahila Co-operative Bank to verify some of the transactions made by alleged scamsters at the bank. The transactions were reportedly made between 2013 and 2014.
This is the second visit by ACB officials to the bank after they had inspected its premises two weeks ago. The officials wanted to know the manner in which the bank accounts were opened and how cheques were deposited in these accounts. Some of the transactions inspected by the bank date back five to six years. The bank was cooperating with the officials in the investigation and provided all the required details, officials at the bank added