The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday connected movable and immovable houses of Mahesh Motewar, the chairman and coping with a director of the scam-hit Samruddha Jeevan Foods India Ltd.
The ED connected plots, flats, 3 resorts (in Pune), business premises and one helicopter (at Santacruz Airport, Mumbai) belonging to Mr. Motewar. The fee of all is said to exceed ₹2 hundred crore
In January 2016, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) too had carried out raids on homes owned by Mr. Motewar and 58 locations linked to the Samruddha Jeevan institution, along with 40 in Pune, and places of work in Nashik, Aurangabad, Solapur, and Odisha.
An excessive-profile businessman who frequently hobnobbed with local politicians, Mr. Motewar also owned a couple of vernacular TV channels.
Mr. Motewar is under arrest considering the fact that remaining 12 months, for his alleged position in the multi-crore Ponzi rip-off. Mr. Motewar and his kin, which include his wife, are accused of dishonest thousands of small investors throughout Maharashtra. On promises of high returns through unauthorized livestock and goat farm schemes. In August last 12 months, the Criminal Investigation Department arrested his spouse, Leena.
In 2013, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) barred the employer, based in Pune’s Shivajinagar place, and its administrators from elevating money from traders, frequently hailing from rural and semi-urban areas.
The corporation, under diverse Ponzi schemes, had provided to double the investors’ money in 5-and-a-1/2 years, while promising a quantity equivalent to at least one-and-a-half times the contract fee as ‘unintended loss of life assist.’
The SEBI finally cracked down at the group in November 2015. A case became filed with the Deccan Gymkhana Police Station in Pune beneath Sections 420 (dishonest and dishonestly inducing shipping of assets), 188 (disobedience to reserve duly promulgated through public servant) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) in opposition to the company and its 4 administrators — Mahesh and Leena Motewar, Ghanshyam Patel and Rajendra Bhandari.
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