Two HDIL directors held in PMC Bank scam; property attached

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The Mumbai police on Thursday (October 3) arrested two directors of the Housing Development Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) in the Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank scam.

According to a senior police official, Rakesh Wadhawan and his son Sarang Wadhawan, accused of loan default, have been arrested by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW). Properties worth ₹3,500 crore of HDIL have also been frozen by the EOW, he said. “We arrested the two directors of HDIL after a detailed interrogation,” the official said.

EOW had registered an FIR against senior officials of HDIL and PMC Bank over allegedly causing losses to the tune of ₹4,355.43 crore to the bank. The offences were registered under Section 409 (criminal breach of trust by a public servant or banker), 420 (cheating), and 465, 466 and 471 (related to forgery) of the Indian Penal Code along with 120 (b) (criminal conspiracy), he said.

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The EOW has also formed SIT to investigate the case, he said. The FIR had mentioned PMC Banks now-suspended Managing Director Joy Thomas, Chairman Waryam Singh and other executives.

Meanwhile, Reserve Bank Enhances withdrawal limit for depositors of Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Bank Ltd to ₹25,000.

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