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CBI charge sheets Win Realcon directors in chit fund case

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Kolkata: The CBI, which is probing the chit fund scam in West Bengal, on Wednesday submitted a charge sheet indicting six directors of state based Win Realcon Ltd for illegally raising public money. Filed before the additional chief judicial magistrate’s court in Barrack pore, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has named six directors under various sections including cheating, criminal breach of trust and under the Prize Chits and Money Circulation Scheme Banning Act.

cbi-ibnlive2While five of the directors – Mahitosh Ganguly, Raju Dey, Rajib Debnath, Joy Bhowmick and Partha Pratim Roy – were arrested by the CBI and are currently in judicial custody, the sixth Ranabir Das is absconding. Along with the directors, two companies – Win Realcon Ltd and WRL Consultancy Pvt Ltd, have also been named in the charge sheet.
The CBI had registered cases against several non Saradha Group companies including Win Realcon in November 2014 for various charges including criminal breach of trust, cheating, criminal conspiracy and violation of Prize Chits and Money Circulation Scheme (Banning) Act.

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Kanishk Gold Directors Questioned in Loan Fraud Case

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A Central Bureau of Investigation official told IANS: "Questioning of KGPL Directors Bhoopesh Kumar Jain and Neeta Jain is being carried out at our Bengaluru office." Pixabay

The CBI on Thursday said that it was questioning the directors of Kanishk Gold Pvt. Ltd. (KGPL) in connection with its ongoing probe into the alleged defrauding a consortium of 14 banks led by the SBI to the tune of Rs 824 crore.

Bhoopesh and Neeta Jain had arrived here on Wednesday evening, according to the official.

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The agency also conducted searches at KGPL’s office as well as official and residential premise of accused persons at various places in Chennai. Pixabay

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The questioning comes in the wake of the case it registered against the Chennai-based jeweller on Wednesday for defrauding the consortium of Rs 824.15 crore in the form of loans, now been declared a non-performing asset (NPA). IANS

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