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TURA, June 26 - One Kajal Mandal, an employee, has allegedly�made off with a huge amount of money from a businessman in Williamnagar. The money was siphoned off by Mandal over the course of the past few months after he was asked to deposit the money into the bank accounts of the company.

Mandal had been employed by the businessman identified as Georgeman Marak of Williamnagar and worked as an accountant. He had taken leave from his employer on June 16 citing his grandmother�s ill health.

�We are currently running an audit of our firms and he took leave just before it citing his grandmother�s poor health. We later found that his grandmother had expired about eight months back raising our suspicions,� said Marak.

�When we checked our accounts we found a huge amount of money missing. This money had been given to him to deposit into our company accounts but he did not do so. We later found out that he had come to Williamnagar two days back and left early. He had brought an Assam-based vehicle to take his goods from here. He came late evening and left early morning to avoid detection,� added Marak.

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Employee siphons trader�s money

TURA, June 26 - One Kajal Mandal, an employee, has allegedly�made off with a huge amount of money from a businessman in Williamnagar. The money was siphoned off by Mandal over the course of the past few months after he was asked to deposit the money into the bank accounts of the company.

Mandal had been employed by the businessman identified as Georgeman Marak of Williamnagar and worked as an accountant. He had taken leave from his employer on June 16 citing his grandmother�s ill health.

�We are currently running an audit of our firms and he took leave just before it citing his grandmother�s poor health. We later found that his grandmother had expired about eight months back raising our suspicions,� said Marak.

�When we checked our accounts we found a huge amount of money missing. This money had been given to him to deposit into our company accounts but he did not do so. We later found out that he had come to Williamnagar two days back and left early. He had brought an Assam-based vehicle to take his goods from here. He came late evening and left early morning to avoid detection,� added Marak.