Udupi: Cheque bounce case – Accused sentenced to three months' jail

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Aug 4: The first additional civil and JMFC court sentenced an accused who did not return the money to the lender and gave a cheque which got bounced in the bank, to three months in prison and also slapped a fine of Rs 10,000.

B Abdul Hameed Saheb, resident near Udupi fish market gave Rs three lac to Abdul Samad Khan, resident of Tenka Ermalu. Later, Abdul Samad gave a cheque for the amount to lender Abdul Hameed. However, the cheque got bounced in the bank.

Abdul Hameed filed complaint in court on July 19 about the cheque bounce matter. The court which conducted inquiry sentenced accused to three months in prison and fined Rs 10,000.

Lawyer Mohammed Iqbal argued on behalf of the complainant.





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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Thu, Aug 04 2022

    But chor gujjus ABG shipyard king pin,Lalith modi apna mehul bhai enjoying life abroad with looted tax payers money

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Thu, Aug 04 2022

    People get away with a few months sentence... It is better to deal on cash basis or Demand Draft... No one will trust on cheque payments if same trend continues...

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Thu, Aug 04 2022

    How about Chaiwala who waived Rs 12 lakh crores loan of his nearest absonders and other the dearest Industrialists which directly affected common tax payers daily life.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Aug 04 2022

    one more addition to the long list of cheaters after 2014..acche din for fraudsters and rapists...lage raho..

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