CBI books Shakti Bhog Foods, chiefs for Rs 3,269 crore bank misrepresentation

Focal Bureau of Investigation has recorded a body of evidence against Shakti Bhog Foods and its authorities for duping a consortium of 10 banks of Rs 3,269 crore. The FIR was recorded dependent on an objection from the State Bank of India (SBI). In the FIR, the focal test office has additionally named Shakti Bhog Foods’ Managing Director Kewal Krishna Kumar and chiefs Siddharth Kumar and Sunanda Kumar as denounced.

The organization had gotten over Rs 2,000 crore from a consortium of 10 loan specialists, driven by the SBI, revealed India Today. The FIR affirmed that Shakti Bhog high ranking representatives redirected public cash by misrepresenting records and fashioning archives, the report added.

SBI, in its grievance, noticed that Shakti Bhog Foods, during the criminological review of the monetary year 2015-16 guaranteed that its stock of Rs 3,000 crore was harmed by bugs and must be sold at an extremely low cost. The organization asserted this prompted colossal misfortunes. Nonetheless, SBI brought up that the stock and receivable review report for 2015 indicated the organization’s distribution centers had a load of Rs 3,500 crore and none of it was out of date or sluggish.

Shakti Bhog Foods, a 24-year-old organization had posted a turnover of Rs 6,000 crore in 2014, yet after a year, the organization’s records had an exceptional of Rs 2,016.60 crore which transformed into a non-performing resource. In 2019, the record was announced as a fake.

“The record turned an NPA  under stock misfortunes inferable from a lofty fall in paddy costs, underutilization of CAPEX in the rice and paddy portions in most recent two years and a deferral in the tie-up assets (PE speculation) to hold over misfortunes,” India Today revealed citing the SBI protest.


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