Assam: CBI files supplementary chargesheet in Chit Fund case

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It was found that the said accused in conspiracy amongst themselves and with the intention to cheat established the Group of Companies
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Guwahati: The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed a supplementary chargesheet against then MD Chandan Das, then Chairman Arjoo Acharjee, then GM and then two Directors- Ahsok Chakrabarty and Sangita Das, all of private group of companies of Jeevan Suraksha Group of Companies and four private companies in the court of Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup (Guwahati).

CBI had registered the instant case on December 24, 2015 against a private Group of Companies based at Dimapur (Nagaland)/ Nagaon (Assam) and others including its then MD, then Chairman, then GM, then Director etc on the orders of Supreme Court of India and also reference from Assam Government in a chit fund scam.

Earlier, Assam Police filed charge sheet on December 13, 2013 and the CBI filed supplementary charge sheet on March 25, 2019. Further investigation was continuing.

During further investigation into the case, it was found that the said accused in conspiracy amongst themselves and with the intention to cheat established the Group of Companies and became the Directors of the company.

The accused collected huge public funds in the form of deposits by issuing Certificates to huge investors in violation of Companies Act and SEBI (CIS) Regulations. It was further alleged that the accused diverted the money in the group companies knowingly that these companies were loss making entities.

 It was also found during further investigation that the accused had allegedly diverted Rs. 81,65,208.00 (approx) from the fund raising company to the non-functional company and thereby misappropriated the amount of Rs. 245,16,14,420 (approx) of the investors, and also cheated the investors.

After further investigation, a supplementary chargesheet was filed.

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