CBI’s case against a BJP leader in Mum

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case of bank fraud against Mumbai BJP general secretary Mohit Kamboj and two other company directors for allegedly defrauding the state-run Bank of India to the tune of Rs 57.26 crore.
 
According to a complaint filed by the bank, Kamboj’s company, M/s Bagla Overseas Pvt Ltd, which was earlier known as M/s Avyaan Overseas Pvt Ltd, entered into a conspiracy with bank officials to fraudulently procure credit facilities like Foreign Bills Negotiation Limit and Export Packaging Credit Limit, to the tune of Rs 60 crore.
 
Moreover, after availing the said credit limits, the accused company allegedly diverted the funds and prepared forged and fabricated documents in support of their claim, causing a loss to the bank.

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