CBI cases for cheating Union Bank


The CBI on Thursday registered four separate cases against various companies and their directors for allegedly cheating the Union Bank of India of more than ₹70 crore.

The first FIR involves J.R. Foods and others, in which the bank alleges that it was cheated of ₹15.36 crore. In the second case, in which the bank was allegedly cheated of ₹16.12 crore, the accused have been identified as JBR Impex India, Nitin Kumar Gaur, Sumitra, Swift ERP Technologies, Nanak Chand Gupta and unknown public servants.

The third case has been filed against Bharat Kalra, proprietor of S.M. Enterprises, and others for allegedly cheating the bank of ₹20.58 crore. Geneius Impex, Sharad Gupta, Ritu Agarwal, R.M. Gupta and Nanak Chand Gupta have been named as accused in the fourth FIR in which a unit of Geneius Impex is said to have defrauded the bank of ₹21.91 crore.

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Printable version | Jan 27, 2020 4:54:34 AM |

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