According to the police, the accused has been identified as Romi Harishchandra Malhotra, proprietor of Malhotra Textiles from Delhi. ,soccer heads championship
Reportedly, the accused took a loan from the Central Bank Of India’s Lamington Road branch. His modus operandi came to light after the bank conducted a detailed check on the documents submitted by Malhotra Textiles and RD Enterprises submitted property documents to the bank in 2010.,difference between soccer and football shoes
basketball gm team files,Meanwhile, Malhotra produced fake documents to obtain cash credit of Rs 1.45 crore and Rs 1.20 crore from the Central Bank of India. Shortly after taking the loan, he initially paid Rs 15 lakh and soon began defaulting on paying it back.
During the course of an investigation, the Banking unit of Economic Offences Wing found out that the firm's proprietor and his accomplices submitted fake documents related to their business, assets and mortgage to the bank. ,gold casino apkfree basketball datasets
volleyball game today,The police official further noted that Malhotra, Rohit Kumar and Anil Kumar were partners of the textile firm while Vishal Bharti, Ravindra Kumar and Dilip Parmerwere were loans guaranteers. All of them conspired to commit a criminal offence by submitting fake documents to avail loan from the bank.
tennis gear austin,According to the police, CBI has booked Malhotra for committing punishable offences.