Money transfer docs fake, fabricated: NPF (Legal Cell)
DIMAPUR, JANUARY 19
The NPF, Legal Cell has said that the bank documents produced by Kaito’s group alleging transfer of money to T.R. Zeliang’s bank account abroad are all fabricated and fake. “The Legal Cell of the NPF, having examined the documents with the help of experts, has ascertained beyond all doubts that the documents are fake and fabricated,” the statement of the Cell said.
According to the statement, on the upper left comer of the document, the date of ‘processing’ is shown as 16.08.2014, but on the lower left comer, the date of ‘acceptance’ of the transaction by the bank is shown as 16.03.2014,” it pointed out. “How can the acceptance be done five months ahead of the date of its processing’?,” it questioned, adding, “ That means the transfer was processed well after T .R. Zeliang became Chief Minister, but it was already accepted well before he became Chief Minister”. “Who can understand this kind of ludicrous logic?,” it further asked. It appears that those criminals who fabricated the document had made some silly mistakes which they thought would escape scrutiny, added the statement of the NPF, Legal Cell.
The statement then said that in all bank documents relating to remittances, deposits, and transfers of money etc. the amounts are invariably also written in words. “But in the said documents produced, the amounts are indicated only in figures, but not in words. This will not happen in genuine bank sanctions involving crores of rupees,” it further pointed out.
According to the NPF, Legal Cell, it has been ascertained that to open a bank account in foreign countries, one needs to produce one’s passport, where the names are always written in full without abbreviations. “So, obviously, if T.R. Zeliang wants to open a bank account in Hongkong or Singapore or in any other country he cannot open in the name and style of T.R. Zeliang but as per the given name on his passport. But in the documents the name is written as T .R. Zeliang only which is not permissible,” the statement further pointed out.
The statement then said it is common knowledge that figures are always mentioned or written in thousands or millions in all countries except in India “where we use the Indian system of ,lakhs and crores”. “It is interesting to note that as per the document circulated, the money transfer which originated in Singapore, the amount is written as SGD (Singapore Dollars) 70,00,000.00 as per the Indian system,” it also pointed out.
“The manner in which this document has been fabricated is, therefore, full of inconsistencies and the generall public is requested not to be misled by such attempts at spreading disinformation by the Kaito group. On the contrary, the persons responsible for faking these documents should know that criminal charges will soon be slapped on them not only for forgery but also for a host of associated charges,” it warned.