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Mumbai: This Woman Who Earns Rs 18000 Per Month Owns A 5 Crore Bungalow And Expensive Cars

Police have learned that they should never underestimate a 12th pass girl. Last month police were shocked to discover that this 12th pass girl embezzled more than 16 crores. She did all this by misappropriating the accounts of the company. What’s came as more surprising to the police was when they discovered that she was a science stream student. She never studied accounts.
Meet  Vrushali Bamane, the woman who earns Rs 18000 per month. But beside this low-income she owns a 5 crore bungalow in Mumbai and many expensive cars too. Moreover,  she has even gifted some of the cars to his relatives. Vrushali even helps his husband.
The surprising element in her story is that she had studied science in her school. Later she became an accountant and that too without any training.
She worked as an assistant accountant at Mahalaxmi Rope Works in Fort, Mumbai. The company hired her for a monthly salary of Rs. 18,000.
How did she manage to embezzle so much of money?
Vrushali worked for seven complete years to earn her employer’s trust. When she was sure that he trusts her completely, she duped him. From 2013, she began fudging the account without anyone realizing. And through the process she extracted Rs. 16.32 CRORE over three years from the company’s bank accounts, steadily, until she was caught.
“After her arrest, we made searches at her residence and other properties and seized gold and silver jewelry, expensive watches and cash, totally worth over Rs 18 lakh,” said an officer.
“We were expecting to find the money stashed in an account or somewhere else. But We were shocked by the way she utilized the money to amass all these properties,” said a cop from Azad Maidan police, who had arrested Bamane last month.
She has been charged with Section 408 (criminal breach of trust) of the IPC. Moreover, police have even opposed her bail plea.

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