Sunkai Co Ltd: Track Offshore Investments

9 years, 7 months ago - April 17, 2013
In the survey of financial scams, the prejudice can be easily mounted to a little over Rs 1 billion, the Central CID investigators say more and more convinced that the track should lead to offshore funds collected hundreds customers.

This is what transpires interrogation sessions of the main suspects arrested and working on behalf of Sunkai Co Ltd, among others Bimla Ramloll, Police Inspector Vishnu Bhunjun and his wife, Priya Bhunjun . For his part, the former policeman Rambharuth, who also worked for the same company engaged in illegal financial transactions, was himself a prisoner at Central CID this afternoon. He retained the services of Mr. Raouf Gulbul.

So far, the Money Trail initiated by the Central CID detectives in collaboration with the other elements of Enforcement Agencies failed to trace satisfactorily and convincingly the amount of investments by customers Sunkai Co Ltd. Tandem Vuddamalay / Jangi currently trying to uncover the identity of the prisoners, in this case two lawyers of Bimla Ramloll.

Information to confirm and is in possession of investigators that significant investments were made in the offshore sector with the participation of both legal advice, experts in the field. The names of these lawyers always come back in some circles as the police claims to have to undertake further confirmation exercises before considering any possible scheduling considering the law governing the financial sector.

A new development occurred early afternoon with the arrest of another suspect in the investigation of operations Sunkai Co Ltd. The ex-policeman Rambharuth, living Vacoas, sought by the Central CID from the first confession of Bimla Ramloll, aka Ms. Kaba, has landed the Casernes centrales along with me Gulbul. Within the staff of Sunkai Co Ltd, he had almost the same roles and responsibilities as Inspector Bhunjun.

It is not ruled out that during his interrogation, the former member of the police force confirms that the Portfolio of Investments under its responsibility is substantially the same as that of the inspector Bhunjun, about Rs 90 to Rs 100 million. Given the line of provisional charges adopted by the Central CID, the ex-policeman Rambharuth, which may spend the night in police cell, will be charged a "conspiracy to operate a financial services business without a permit from the Financial Services Commission and / or Bank of Mauritius. "

Inspector Bhunjun was released on bail yesterday, against a deposit of Rs 50,000 and an acknowledgment of debt of Rs 100,000. He suggested to the press that professionals, including doctors, officials and lawyers are involved in this Ponzi Scheme.

His wife Priya Bhunjun, who spent the night in custody at the police station of straws was heard again this morning in the presence of his lawyer Baboolall. She was scheduled to appear in court to Rose Hill for its provisional charge.

many as five other defendants, including a woman constable, a man named Naiken and two brothers, Allum and Elien Thomen questioned Warning Under this morning at the headquarters of the Central CID . They are either canvassers reported by victims or victims who have invested significant funds in these companies.

 

Text by Le Mauricien

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