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Admin Reporter- Ajay

May 15 2019


ED Attaches Tayal Group's Property Worth Rupee 483 Crore In Bank Fraud Case

Delhi,15,May,2019

 

Directorate General of Property Promotion (ED) of the Rs 483 crores of a group of Kolkata in the alleged bank fraud case of crores of rupees is in charge. In a statement on Tuesday, the agency said that in the case of bank fraud, a plot of Rs. 483 crores of Rs. 483 crores plot under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act ( PMLA ) and a tentative shopping mall in Nagpur It's a attachment. '

 

 

 

He said, "KSL and Industries Limited is part of the Tayal Group of Companies." He said that this group and its four companies, including KSL and Industries, had taken a loan of Rs 524 crore from Bank of India and Andhra Bank in 2008. He used the loan mask in companies by taking loans and allegedly fraudulently with banks.

 

 

 

This is the second PMLA case against the Taal Group. The ED was already investigating the alleged fraud with UCO Bank. In 2016, his properties worth Rs 234 crore have been occupied. ED has filed a charge sheet in the Special PMLA Court in the UCO Bank case in Kolkata.

 

 

 

A senior official said, "The agency has managed to recover almost all the amount of debt through fraud, and how it will now be on the judicial criterion. In the second case, the role of bank officials is also under investigation. ' ED had taken up the case against the group of Kolkata based on the FIR of the CBI. ED had earlier said, "In the investigation, it was found that the promoter Praveen Kumar Tayal was involved in the fraudulent fraud with several banks in the country." He said, "The money taken by the Tale Group of Companies for the purpose was misbehaved through fake companies and then it was carried to unknown destinations."

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