Monson used bank accounts of staff for financial transactions, reveals former driver
Kochi: Amid the ongoing ruckus over the frauds committed by Monson Mavungal, his former driver has come up with a revelation that Monson had used the bank accounts of his staff to transact money for his personal needs.
“Two and a half crore rupees had reached my account without my knowledge. In the similar way, the accounts of many received huge amount of money in various instances,” said Ajith, former driver of Monson.
Ajith revealed that he stayed away from Monson after a sum of Rs 10 lakh was deposited in his account over a deal with Sreevalsam Group. “Monson called me several times to pacify me. He even made a false case against me. Monson had even told me that he was close to Ravi Pujari."
However, Ajith was unaware of the fraudulent activities of Monson and thought the museum was build out of curiosity. He was also present when former DGP Loknath Behera visited the museum.
“K.Sudhakaran had visited the museum several times. Sudhakaran's aide, named Ebin, was the one who brought the leader to the place. Monson used to give presents to people who visited his house,” he added.
Ajith said that he is a witness to prove that Monson paid Rs 3 lakh to ACP Lalji. Earlier, he lodged a complaint with the chief minister alleging that Monson tried to trap him in a false case.