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DSK case: Police custody of four accused extended

The roles of six nationalised banks and their officials are under the scanner for irregularities and violations of RBI guidelines.

pune Updated: May 26, 2018 16:43 IST
HT Correspondent
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Hindustan Times, Pune
A 37,000-page chargesheet alleging that realtor Deepak Sakharam Kulkarni (DSK) had committed a fraud of Rs 2,043 crore was submitted by sleuths of the economic offences wing in the court of judge JT Utpat on May 17. 
A 37,000-page chargesheet alleging that realtor Deepak Sakharam Kulkarni (DSK) had committed a fraud of Rs 2,043 crore was submitted by sleuths of the economic offences wing in the court of judge JT Utpat on May 17. (HT FILE PHOTO)

Police custody of four accused, arrested by the sleuths of the economic offences wing in the DSK fraud case, has been extended till May 29, by the court.

The four accused, Kedar Vanjpe, Sai Vanjpe, Dhananjay Pachpor and Vinay badgandi, were arrested by the police last week for their involvement in the case.While seeking extension of their custody, police said the probe is still incomplete and the four suspects needed to be interrogated.

A 37,000-page chargesheet alleging that realtor Deepak Sakharam Kulkarni (DSK) had committed a fraud of Rs 2,043 crore was submitted by sleuths of the economic offences wing in the court of judge JT Utpat on May 17.

Investigators claim there is much more to be revealed in the near future. The roles of six nationalised banks and their officials are under the scanner for irregularities and violations of RBI guidelines. Thirteen accused were detected in the case and six were arrested, including DSK, his wife Hemanti Kulkarni and his relatives Kedar Vanjpe, Sai Vanjpe, Dhananjay Pachpor and Vinay badgandi.

As per the chargesheet, nine companies were floated by DSK and his accomplices (mostly his relatives) to siphon off money collected from banks and 33,000 investors.