RBI referred 19 cases of economic offence in UK

DAINIK NATION BUREAU

Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh has issued instructions to take immediate action in cases of economic offenses. For this, fool proof SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) should be adopted. In order to control cyber crime, services of IT expert should be taken. CS was chairing the state level coordination committee of the Reserve Bank of India at Secretariat on Tuesday.

It was informed in the meeting that 19 cases of economic offenses were referred by the RBI to the State Government’s STF. While taking immediate action in these cases, STF saved people in 9 cases of fraud. FIR against one fraudulent company was filed and arrest was made. Action is in progress in the remaining cases.

General Manager RBI  Rajesh Kumar thanked the State Government for notifying the Protection of Interests of Depositors Act and the Ammended Money Lending Regulation Act. He also appreciated the approval of the office of Registrar of Companies in Dehradun with the efforts of state government. Now registration of all the companies will be done in Dehradun instead of Kanpur. He also informed that 12 Multi State Co-operative Societies are operating in the state. During checking, their addresses were found to be incorrect. They did not even inform the Registrar Cooperative Society. Central Registrar of Co-Operative Society has been written to cancel the registration.

In the meeting, Secretary Finance Amit Negi, Additional Secretary Finance Savin Bansal, ADG Ashok Kumar, Deputy General Manager RBI  Tariq Singh, General Manager NABARD  Vivek Sinha, Deputy General Manager SEBI Bibhudutta Samal, SSP STF Barinder Jit Singh, SP Intelligence  Sweety Aggarwal and other officers were present.

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