CBI raided properties of Wadhawan, fresh cases registered

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Mumbai: The Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) bank scamsters, Rakesh Wadhawan and his son, Sarang Wadhawan are again in trouble. The CBI had registered a fresh cheating case against them, who are also promoters of HDIL, along with others in connection with the Yes Bank fraud case, and searched 10 premises in last 24 hours.

Both Wadhawan and his son were arrested in PMC bank fraud case that is being investigated by the Enforcement Directorate and Mumbai police. The CBI named HDIL, its promoters Waryam Singh, Amanpreet Singh, VN Iyenger, Lakhminder Singh, Ashok Jayesh & Associates (chartered accountants), Jayesh Sanghani, Ashok Gupta, and others in the case. The CBI alleged that Mack Star Marketing Pvt Ltd had developed a building, Kaledonia, in Andheri East, in 2008 by spending Rs 1,000 crore. Mack Star was a joint venture of Mauritius-based Ocean Deity Investment Holdings Ltd (ODIL) and a Wadhawan-owned company. The father-son duo was appointed as directors of Mack Star since they had a vast experience in real estate, and ODIL had a passive role in the joint venture.

Wadhawan and his son Sarang were arrested on October 3, 2019, by the economic offence wing (EOW) in Mumbai after they were named in the FIR registered by Reserve Bank of India on September 30. Rakesh Wadhawan, who was lodged in the Arthur Road central prison, had also tested positive for Covid-19.

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