CBI files case against two companies for defrauding banks, raids at eight places

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a case against two different companies for raiding banks for Rs 200 crore and raided 8 places. The raids were conducted in Ahmedabad, Gurgaon and Delhi. During the raid, it has been claimed to have recovered cash bank locker and important documents worth lakhs of rupees. According to CBI spokesperson RC Joshi, in the first case, a case has been registered against Argonn Engicon Ltd. and its associated Chandrashekhar Panchal, Nehal C Panchal, Ajit Rana, Devendra Singh, Sunil Mishra and unknown public servants.

The case was filed on the basis of a complaint by the State Bank of India. State Bank of India in its complaint to CBI said that the said company works for the construction and commissioning of power transmission and telecommunication towers. This company was sanctioned many credit facilities by the Ahmedabad branch of State Bank of India.

According to the State Bank of India complaint, in addition to the State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India Dena Bank and IDBI Bank were also involved in this credit approval. It is alleged that during the period 2014–15 to 2016–17, the accused formed a criminal conspiracy and created fake invoices and fake account books to take advantage of the credit limit given by banks.

It is alleged that many fake bills were also cut to defraud the banks, due to which this group of banks lost more than 182 crores. After registering a case in this case, the CBI raided the company and its people in Ahmedabad and Gurgaon today.

According to a CBI spokesperson, the second case is related to a Delhi-based company, Goyal Engineering Private Limited. The CBI filed a case against unknown bureaucrats including Pawan Goel, Usha Goel, Gunjan Goel, people associated with the company including this company.

The case was registered on the basis of a complaint by the Indian Overseas Bank. Indian Overseas Bank, in its complaint to the CBI, said that the said company and its affiliates gave more than 42 crores loans by giving false information to the bank and the work in which the loan was to be used is also alleged that for that work Loan money was not used.

On the basis of the complaint, the CBI registered a case in the case and raided the company and its associated places in Delhi. The CBI claims that many important documents related to the case have been recovered during the raid. The inspection of the matter is going on.

It should be noted here that many types of documents are asked by banks for seeking loans to the common man, and instead of passing a loan of just a few lakh rupees, they are sometimes harassed so much that people do not even loan a few lakh rupees Want to take, while on the other hand loan of hundreds of crores of rupees is given on the basis of fake documents and those documents are not even examined. In such a situation, the possibility of senior officers of banks involved in this case cannot be denied.

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