Alleged Fraud: Sunkai Accounts Analysed

9 years, 8 months ago - April 05, 2013
The investigation about Sunkai Company Ltd took another step Thursday. CCID investigators have scoured the bank accounts of the company, which operated according to the Ponzi scheme.

To date, she has two accounts in a bank. The investigators also wanted to know if the manager Bhimla Ramloll is able to repay the money she had taken savers, as promised by its legal counsel.

Kevin Ramsaran, 32, brother Bhimla Ramloll is also fallen into the nets of CCID. He is a director of Sunkai Company Ltd.. This inhabitant of Vacoas was interrogated by hommesACP Jangi and Vudamallay. In the presence of his lawyer, Mr. Anupam Kandhai, he explained the procedure of the company. In March last he said he joined the company, where sister is the manager. He was appointed co-director with his brother, Mohit Ramloll. " C'est ma sœur qui m'a proposé d'être le directeur. Limem inn fer tou démarches, " he dropped.

The detectives have insisted on knowing involvement brother Bhimla Ramloll within the company and the financial transactions Sunkai Company Ltd.. Kevin Ramsaran had to explain that it was his sister who was in charge of everything: "My sister ran the company from A to Z. '

Shortly after endorsing his new position, Kevin Ramsaran went on a trip to China with Mohit Ramloll to purchase equipment for the company. He denies being involved in any suspicious transaction as director Sunkai Company Ltd.. He believes to be a victim in this case.

After his examination, the brother Bhimla Ramloll was extended to Alcatraz, the Central Barracks. It should be presented in court on Friday in Rose-Hill, where a provisional charge of "conspiracy to defraud" could be used against him.

Bhimla Ramloll, secretary and manager of Sunkai Company Ltd, has not yet revealed all its secrets since his arrest last Friday. Her husband, Mohit Ramloll, another director of the company, has the same fate this week. He was released Wednesday after his appearance in court. It is now the subject of a provisional charge of conspiracy.

The release claimed for Bhimla Ramloll

People who have invested their money in the company Sunkai demanding the release of Bhimla Ramloll, secretary and manager of the company. She was arrested on March 29 for 'conspiracy to defraud'. Investors claim they can not get their money until it is behind bars.

They were more than fifty people at the Hotel St. George, Port-Louis, April 4, at a press conference in order to demand the immediate release of Bhimla Ramloll, Secretary and manager Sunkai Company Ltd.. These say they have invested their money in the company Sunkai willingly and confidently. Represented by counsel Mr Samad Golamaully, who is heir spokesman, investors say as Bhimla Ramloll be detained, they will not get their money back. "These people want Bhimla Ramloll to be free. And I'm here to defend their interest. Them Bhimla Ramloll did nothing wrong or illegal.

She has always paid on time. All contracts were made in good and due form, and have also been drafted and signed by a lawyer. If Mrs Bhimla was a crook, she would not have made to the "Financial Services Commission" (FSC) for procedures concerning the registration of the company. It is the authorities who have not done their job. Must be released Bhimla Ramloll so she can settle this matter as soon as possible and repay investors, "said Mr Samad Golamaully.

 

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