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AgriGold victims are more in Srikakulam

AgriGold victims are more in Srikakulam
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Srikakulam: AgriGold victims are highest in Srikakulam district out of 13 districts in the state. AgriGold collected deposits from the people by assuring better returns but failed to pay even after maturity period as it plunged into crisis. The CID prepared a list of depositors of AgriGold, total victims are 9,97,680 across the state and total deposit amount is Rs 2641.90 crore as per latest details available with the CID.
Out of the total victims, 2,20,110 are belonging to Srikakulam district which is one-fifth share and total deposit amount is Rs 483.70 crore which is one-sixth share out of the total deposited amount across the state.
The district police opened 20 counters at armed police quarters at Etcherla near Srikakulam city on Thursday to receive deposit papers and receipts from the depositors. Till October 16these counters will work from 9 am to 5 pm and after October 16 all papers and receipts would be verified.
Depositors, who are seeking relief from the government, have to produce deposit bonds, installment payment receipts, along with original Aadhaar and bank account pass books and one Xerox set also need to submit at counters, police suggested to the victims.

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After receiving papers and receipts from the depositors, police will tally details with lists kept in the CID website. In the wake of confusion regarding addresses of the depositors and other details like Aadhaar number, bank account details, police prepared to cross check at village and ward level to establish the identity of actual depositor.
‘Depositors should not approach the middlemen and they have to pay a visit to their respective police station where the lists of deposit holders are available who uploaded their details on CID website if anyone is yet to do it they have to upload their details immediately on www. protectionofapdepostiors.com, said Superintendent of Police CM Trivikaram Varma.
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