5th conviction in over a month for CBI
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A CBI special court has convicted Pramod Yelmanchiwar, an assistant in the divisional office of National Insurance Company Limited here, for misappropriating Rs 1,15,000 in 2007.
He was sentenced to three years rigorous imprisonment each under two sections of CrPC and to two years under another. The terms will run concurrently.
CBI superintendent of police Sandip Tamgadge said, "A chargesheet was filed on September 28, 2007."
This is the fifth conviction in CBI cases in the past over a month.
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