CBI REGISTERS TWO SEPARATE CASES IN CONNECTION TO RS 2,100-CR BANK FRAUD
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday registered a case against a Mumbai-based private company over the allegations of causing a loss worth about Rs 1,438.45 crore to the State Bank of India and four other consortium member banks.
On a complaint from State Bank of India (SBI) against a Mumbai-based private company Ushdev International Ltd and its directors Suman Vijay Gupta and Prateek Vijay Gupta besides unknown public servants and unknown others on the allegations of causing loss of Rs1438.45 crore to SBI and four other consortium member banks, the CBI registered a case against them and conducted searches at their premises………………READ MORE
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