Karuvannur bank fraud: Missing whistleblower turns up after two days

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Thrissur: Ending all speculations, the whistleblower of Karuvannur Co-operative Bank scam, returned back home two days after he went missing.

Sujesh Kannat, former CPM member, went missing from Saturday and a police compliant was registered by his brother on Sunday. After returning, Sujesh said he had gone to Kannur on Saturday and is no way linked to the bank scam. He also apologised for making his family members and others panic.

Sujesh Kannat, former CPM local leader and branch secretary, was at the forefront of the protest against the irregularities in the bank. He made vehement criticism against the party on many forums including the CPM branch meeting and alleged that even party members were involved in the scam. He was isolated in the party and was ousted from the party two months ago.

Sujesh came up with evidence substantiating that party members were involved in availing Rs 50 lakhs loan from the bank. After Sujesh went missing, his family members alleged that he had received many threats.

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