Like Caesar's wife, a bank employee's integrity must always be above suspicion: Delhi High Court

The High Court dismissed a petition by a man challenging RBI's decision to dismiss him from service on allegation that there was shortage of ₹5,000 when he was tasked with shredding currency notes.
Justice Chandra Dhari Singh, Delhi High Court
Justice Chandra Dhari Singh, Delhi High Court

Honesty and integrity of employees and officers working in the banks is paramount and they must be above suspicion, the Delhi High Court recent said. dealing with public money must also be paramount [Vijay Kumar Gupta v Reserve Bank of India & Ors].

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