TN flour mill bosses booked for Rs 4.60 cr fraud
Nagpur: Nine senior officials, including the chairman and managing director, of a Tamil Nadu-based flour mill have been booked for allegedly committing a fraud to the tune of Rs 4.60 crore, police said Sunday.
Ronald Lalitkumar Powel had lodged a complaint alleging that the Grand Flour Mills in Iarampattinam had placed orders with his firm here for supply of wheat between May 2006 and January this year, but failed in their commitment of making the due payment, resulting in a loss of Rs 4.60 crore.
Based on the complaint, police yesterday registered offences under relevant sections of IPC against the mill's Abdul Bashir, managing director Nafasu Param Palli, and directors - Ponyatha Hamja, Usman Koyappa, Kovilkth Musa, Parumpalli, Vishwanath Karu Rewati (Sharjah), Chhaya Shrinath Dwarkanath (UAE) and Rehana Hanif Majra (UK).
Powel, who runs an agro company here, had approached a local court which directed the police to register a case against the accused, police said.