Fraud Cases: Marjorie Bazerque, "Wanted" By CCID, is in Clinic

9 years, 8 months ago - April 09, 2013
The "canvasser" for Rs 66 million Priya Honeycombs, a major link in the chain White Dot Int'l, in police custody

The investigation of the Central CID on bottomless pits that represent White Dot International Consultancy Limited, Sunkai Co Ltd and e T’Aime Marketing Ltdfaces at the beginning of the week to arch-known tactic used by the suspects. Marjorie Bazerque, director of one of the companies engaged in illegal banking activities and that the interrogation could jeopardize a professional lawyer to the name widely known, has been admitted in the clinic this weekend. For its part, after the arrest of the main suspects in the various entities under supervision, the Central CID tackles Frontline network canvasseurs with the provisional charge of Priya Soty, the representative to Rs 66 million White Dot International Consultancy Limited. For its part, Bimla Ramloll, aka "Ms. Kaba," today maintains the neglected hope of obtaining a provisional release during her scheduled appearance before the magistrate in court in Port-Louis.

The director of the company Je T'Aime Marketing Co Ltd, denounced in a statement recorded in the police station Pope Hennessy Thursday could not go this morning at the headquarters of the Central CID because Warning Under his hearing and probably his indictment provisional. Marjorie Bazerque, who hired Mr Siddartha Hawoldar had made an appointment with representatives of ACP Pregassen Vuddamalay and Heman Jangi. But this morning, meeting was failed. The main reason is that she was admitted in the clinic for three days already, just after the deposition dependent on an investment of Rs 1 million, which may be doubled in less than 90 days.

Officially, the interrogative of Marjorie Bazerque could be started within three days, according to his family. But officials of the Central CID do not digest this excuse to delay developments in the investigation. A police squad was formed to identify the clinic where the director Je T'Aime Marketing Co Ltd for her to undergo a second opinion against medical or confirm the diagnosis of the medical staff prevented.

In areas close to the various police investigations into cases of scams, including Rs 700 million White Dot International Consultancy Limited, it was suggested that the issue of Je T'Aime Limited, as one of Sunkai Co Ltd, has a determining factor, namely the involvement of lawyers in Ponzi Schemes reported. This dimension concerns the financial scandals at the highest level to the Bank of Mauritius Tower.

Recruitment Network

Marjorie Bazerque will face the role and responsibilities of a lawyer in the possible implementation of the system of collecting funds in contravention of the provisions of the Banking Act. The case against the Central CID contains parts of Documentary Evidence with the signature of the lawyer. At this point, investigators do not want to rush or anticipate, preferring to record the story of Marjorie Bazerque before starting the next stage of this case.

In parallel, the Central CID begins to ascend the steps of the sector fundraising on behalf of White Dot International Consultancy Ltd. The data retrieved from the computer files of the company confirm the role of Priya Soty, one of the "canvassers" in the system run by Arun Mossuddee.

During interrogation at the weekend, Priya Soty, resident of Clairfonds, Vacoas, acknowledged recruited no less than 168 "clients" with a turnover of around Rs 66 million. She also said that until recently, Arun Mossuddee issued a Office Cheque in the name to make the monthly interest repayments to customers falling under its responsibility.

Priya Soty, who says she was first and foremost a client of White Dot International Consultancy Ltd with an investment of Rs 300,000, appeared in court this morning to Rose Hill for the renewal of her police custody. Her interrogation will resume during the afternoon. Her recruitment network customers mainly consisted of members of the police force.

For its part, Bimla Ramloll, which is at the head of Sunkai Co Ltd, is fighting for her release on bail. Central CID officials studying this morning bottom file Sunkai Co Ltd to decide whether or not they would object to the Bail Motion filed by Mr Yousuf Mohamed, Senior Counsel, and Zakir Mohamed.

After this step, the legal advice "Ms. Kaba" attempt to initiate proceedings in the Supreme Court to overturn the Attachment Orders obtained by the Assets Forfeiture Office of the Office Director of Public Prosecutions against a sum of Rs 22 million, two Office Cheques of Rs 32.9 million, a bank account of Rs 30 million and a variety of real estate luxury at Trianon, Flic-en-Flac and Blue Bay.

 

Text by Le Mauricien

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