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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

CB-CID to tighten screws on FIs

CHENNAI: Following complaints on private financial institutions, the CB-CID will request the Tamil Nadu government to make it mandatory that such institutions should get an NOC from the CB-CID before launching a company, G Thilagavathy, ADGP, Economic Offences Wing (EOW), said here on Friday.The CB-CID will also request the government to grant them authority to audit the existing institutions every three months. The EOW has registered 44 cases of frauds by financial institutions and recovered Rs 67.57 crore.Providing details about their latest hunt on fraudulent financial institutions, the ADGP said the EOW arrested five persons from Valasarvakkam in Chennai, Virudhunagar and Vellore.Real King Marketing at Valsaravakkam had 4,000 depositors, who were cheated to the tune of Rs 40 crore. Four people involved in the fraud, Gunalan, Raja Yesupatham, Tamilselvi and Santhosh Kumar, are absconding.Gold Power Marketing located at Vignesh Colony, Virudhunagar, was started in August 2009. They lured people into investing Rs 5,000 and the company received Rs 50 crore out of which they did not return Rs 18.98 crore. Based on the complaints the EOW received, Vijayakumar, Srinivasan, and Sokkammal were arrested.The police are on the look out for one Jansirani.A chit fund at Vellore, Kings Star Mercantile, which was started in 2008 had cheated Rs 11.30 crore.A total of 2,734 people had deposited in the chit fund.The managing director of the company, Sreenivasan, and his partner Palanisamy were arrested.



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