The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Mumbai Police has said that it will file the first chargesheet by December 31 in the National Spot Exchange (NSEL) case. The first chargesheet will be filed within 90 days of the first arrest. The EOW will summon and question brokers as well, as they are mentioned in the FIR. The EOW is currently looking into the books of Financial Technologies and borrowers.
“We will be investigating brokers’ books of accounts as well. Currently, we are still busy looking into the account books of FTIL and borrowers,” said a senior EOW official.
The EOW will also allow Mohan India to sell sugar stock worth Rs 90 crore in the presence of an EOW official and the money from the auction will be directed to an escrow account.
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