Gokulnath Shetty accuses PNB GM of directing fraud, claims extort by Nirav Modi, Choksi

A former Punjab National Bank central has indicted a ubiquitous manager, Rajesh Jindal, of directing a recently-discovered multi-crore fraud, and claimed a jewellers Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi – a group during a centre of a liaison – blackmailed him for years, sources during a Enforcement Directorate pronounced Monday.

Shetty certified to arising all letters of endeavour given out given 2010, these sources said. He’s pronounced to have claimed that no advantages were subsequent out of this corpus of LoUs – value Rs 13,700.

Shetty confessed to arising a really initial LoU to Nirav Modi in 2010, and indicted a diamantaire and his uncle, Mehul Choksi, of blackmailing him thereafter. He pronounced a dual group regularly threatened to brief a beans about his initial bungle to a PNB management.

It was fear, he said, that encouraged him to keep arising fake LoUs.

The former emissary manager took full responsibility, and pronounced youth employees weren’t wakeful of a fraud.

The Enforcement Directorate is corroborating Shetty’s statement, and examining his properties to establish if he drew distinction from his crimes.

After Wednesday, a ED will no longer have control of Shetty, though group sources contend it will find legal control – given he’s confessed to his crimes and supposing sufficient information in his statement.

Rajesh Jindal, a male Shetty accuses of directing a fraud, has already been arrested by a Central Bureau of Investigation.

Jindal was a conduct of a Brady House bend of a PNB, located in Mumbai, from Aug 2009 to May 2011.

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Article source: https://www.indiatoday.in/business/story/pnb-fraud-nirav-modi-gokulnath-shetty-mehul-choksi-rajesh-jindal-1208144-2018-04-09?utm_source=rss


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