CBI charges Rana Kapoor, Wadhawans | India News

MUMBAI: The CBI on Thursday submitted a chargesheet before the special court against Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor, his daughter Roshini Kapoor and Dewan Housing Finance Ltd (DHFL) promoters Kapil and Dheeraj Wadhawan in a cheating and corruption case it had registered against 12 people in March. The chargesheet also names four companies — DOIT Urban Ventures (India) Pvt Ltd, DHFL, Belief Realtors Pvt Ltd and RKW Developers Pvt Ltd.
While Rana’s three daughters are 100% shareholders in DOIT Urban Ventures (India) Pvt Ltd through Morgan Credits, the other firms are controlled by the Wadhawans.
CBI spokesperson R K Gaur said , “We have filed the chargesheet against eight and continuing our probe against remaining accused in the case.” On March 9, the agency had searched the premises of the accused. Rana and the Wadhawan brothers are currently in jail.
The CBI, in its probe, said that Rana received Rs 600 crore kickback from Kapil Wadhawan through his daughters’ company DOIT Urban Ventures. The probe agency also said that DOIT Urban Ventures is a wholly owned subsidiary of RAB Enterprises India Private Limited, of which Bindu is the director and 100% shareholder.
The Rs 600 crore was in by lieu of Rs 3,700 crore loan (debenture investment) Yes Bank, then headed by Kapoor, gave to DHFL group. DHFL had defaulted on repayment. Besides Rs 3,700 crore loan to DHFL, Yes Bank also gave Rs 750 crore loan to Belief Realtors. The money was transferred to DHFL through various group companies. All these firms were controlled by Wadhawan brothers.

[Source :Times of India]


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