After the demonetization of old cash notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000, the Central Bureau of Investigation has been acting quickly against each one of the individuals who are included in tax evasion and trade of monetary forms. On Tuesday, CBI made a capture in Bengaluru; the blamed is a worker for RBI and he has been accused of tax evasion. The name of the representative is Michael Kattukaran and he is a senior exceptional aide at the RBI’s issue office, Bengaluru.
The capture has been made as to the cash trade racket which has its linkage to the Kollegal Branch of State Bank of Mysore. In addition, CBI has additionally captured two different people regarding this case and uncovered that Rs. 17 lakhs have been recouped from the blamed. The head clerk of SBM, Parashivamurthy, has additionally been included with Michael in 12 tax evasion cases and they are said to be blameworthy of trading old notes worth Rs. 1.51 crores with the new cash. Till now, many bank workers have been captured by CBI however this is interestingly that they have laid their hands on a representative of the Central Bank.