Srinagar Court Directs FIR Against J&K Bank Employee for Allegedly Leaking Account Information to Stranger
Srinagar, Nov 17: In a recent development, the Forest Magistrate’s Court in Srinagar has issued directives to the Parimpora Police station, instructing them to register a First Information Report (FIR) against an employee of Jammu and Kashmir Bank.
The employee is accused of leaking salary account details of a consumer to an unidentified third party.
Advocate Aamir Masoodi, representing the complainant Dr. Jahangir Ahmad Bhat, passionately argued that the bank associate’s actions constituted a “criminal breach of trust.” Masoodi emphasized the broader societal impact, asserting that any disclosure of bank account details to a third party, including balance and loan information, is a serious breach of trust that must be halted.
According to Masoodi, the Banking Associate, Danish Hamid Dar, allegedly leaked all the information related to the salary account of Dr. Jahangir Ahmad Bhat with “malafide intention.”
The complainant has reported receiving numerous spam communications over several months, suspecting a connection to the actions of the Banking Associate.
The Forest Magistrate, Feroz Ahmad Khan, upon reviewing the application, concluded that it disclosed the commission of a cognizable offence.
In response, the court directed the Station House Officer (SHO) of Police Station Parimpora to promptly register an FIR against the accused for violations under the relevant provisions of the law.
This decision reflects the court’s commitment to addressing the alleged breach of trust and protecting the interests of the complainant and society at large.Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Subscribe us on Telegram and never miss a update!
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