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Calcutta high court asks West Bengal DGP to furnish info on progress of probe in chit-fund scams | India News – Times of India


KOLKATA: The Calcutta high court on Thursday requested the newly appointed West Bengal director normal of police (DGP), Manoj Malaviya, to seem earlier than it on September 21 to furnish data on the progress of the investigation in two purported chit-fund scams.
Malaviya took over because the appearing DGP of the state on September 1.
A division bench presided by appearing chief justice Rajesh Bindal, expressing displeasure over the truth that the state went unrepresented in the court occassionally throughout the hearings in reference to the scams, directed that the DGP will seem earlier than it personally and inform the court on the standing of the investigation.
A prayer by the state attorneys later in the day for recall of the order was refused by the court.
Taking up issues associated to Real Sunrise Chemtech Ltd and Sunplant Agro Ltd, the 2 chit-fund corporations alleged to have duped depositors of their funds, the bench, throughout the day, discovered that the state was not represented by any lawyer.
The petitioners have prayed for return of their invested cash in the 2 corporations and issues have been pending since 2015-2016, lawyer for the depositors, Arindam Das, mentioned.



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