The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday morning captured a supervisor of the Kotak Mahindra Bank for his affirmed joins with hawala broker Parasmal Lodha and Delhi-based legal counselor Rohit Tandon.
Sources in the ED said that Ashish Kumar, the administrator at the Kasturba Gandhi Marg branch of the bank, was captured for professedly changing over Rs 25 crore in demonetised notes connected to industrialist J. Sekhar Reddy and attorney Rohit Tandon.
On 23 December, the pay impose office had completed assaults at the branch.
Ashish, an occupant of Haryana, would be delivered in a Delhi court on Wednesday evening.
Lodha, a main specialist with interests in land and mining, was blocked at the Mumbai air terminal while he was attempting to escape to Malaysia.
Then, the bank said in an announcement that it has effectively suspended the administrations of the representative and that it proactively educated the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) about the suspicious exchanges.
"The Bank all alone, on watching the way of exchanges in these records, proactively documented a report with FIU for further examinations well in time. On ensuing examination by the Income Tax powers, the Bank, according to their directions, has kept the whole sum that was acknowledged for these records with the Income Tax office," the bank said in an announcement.