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CBI charges businessman Gautam Thapar, cos in Rs 2,435cr bank fraud case | India News


NEW DELHI: The CBI has filed a chargesheet against a businessman Gautam Thapar and his Mumbai based firm, CG Power and Industrial Solutions, and some other officials of the firm in an ongoing investigation of a case related to an alleged bank fraud of Rs 2,435 crore. The charge sheet was filed before the Rouse Avenue court in Delhi.
CBI had filed an FIR in this connection on June 22, 2021. This was the second case registered against Thapar by the CBI within a month. Apart from Thapar, others named in the FIR were K N Neelkanth, the then CEO & MD of CG Power, Madhav Acharya, former ED & CFO, former director B Hariharan, Omkar Goswami, former non-executive director and former CFO Venkatesh Rammoorthy.
Of these, the chargesheet filed on Wednesday names Thapar, Hariharan and a chartered accountant named Rutul Shah. Shah’s alleged role came to fore after the registration of the FIR, sources said. It was alleged in the FIR that the accused had cheated the consortium of 13 banks, led by State Bank of India, causing a loss of of Rs. 2,435 crore.



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