NRB has additionally began investigation into the faux wealth of Yogeshwar Amatya

October 25, Kathmandu. Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has also started investigation into the case of loan disbursement of singer Yogeshwor Amatya’s land in Bara.

NRB Assistant Spokesperson Narayan Prasad Pokhrel told online news that an ‘onsite inspection’ team has been deployed at Kumari Bank. The bank will investigate by seizing documents from Kumari Bank’s New Road, Bara branch and Naxal-based head office linked to the loan flow.

The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) of the police is investigating into the alleged leak of Rs 190 million. Five people involved in the incident have also been arrested.

According to CIB director Dhiraj Pratap Singh, the investigation is being carried out only in Kirte as the bank has not filed a complaint. However, he said that the NRB has suggested to investigate the banking malpractice as well.

NRB Assistant Spokesperson Pokharel said that the investigation into the case of Kumari Bank was started recently as the information about the case was only late and the findings would be implemented.

Singer Amatya had lodged a complaint with the CIB a decade ago after he came to know that the loan was disbursed by making fake wealth of his land. The case is being investigated after that.


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