सेबी ने साईं प्रसाद ग्रुप की कंपनियों पर जनता से पैसा लेने पर लगाई रोक

आकर्षक रिटर्न के वादे कर और कई किस्म के प्रलोभन देकर जनता की गाढ़ी कमाई हड़पने वाली कंपनियों पर सेबी की नजर लगातार तिरछी होती जा रही है. मुंबई से मिली खबर के मुताबिक साईं प्रसाद समूह की एक कंपनी साईं प्रसाद फूड्स लिमिटेड और इसके प्रमोटरों बाला साहेब भापकर, वंदना भापकर और शशांक भापकर को बाजार नियामक सेबी ने निर्देश दिया है कि ये लोग किसी स्कीम या लांच के नाम पर जनता से पैसे न लें. साथ ही ये लोग कंपनी की संपत्ति व फंड को न तो इधर-उधर करें और न ही बेचें.

सेबी को कई शिकायतें मिली थीं जिसकी शुरुआती जांच के बाद साईं प्रसाद ग्रुप के कर्ताधर्ताओं को साईं प्रसाद फूड्स लिमिटेड नाम से कंपनी चलाकर पैसा उगाहने पर रोक लगाने का फैसला किया. कंपनी के कर्ताधर्ताओं को नोटिस जारी कर दिया गया है. साईं प्रसाद की तरफ से सेबी को नोटिस का जो जवाब दिया गया है, उसके अध्ययन के बाद सेबी आगे की कार्रवाई करेगी.

उल्लेखनीय है कि पुणे बेस्ड समूह साईं प्रसाद की तरफ से नोएडा में साईं प्रसाद मीडिया नामक एक कंपनी का भी संचालन किया जाता है जिसके तहत न्यूज एक्सप्रेस चैनल और हमवतन अखबार हैं.

नीचे है सेबी की तरफ से जारी प्रेस रिलीज…

PRESS RELEASE – SEBI

Order in the matter of M/s. Sai Prasad Foods Ltd. and its Directors

Shri S Raman, Whole Time Member (WTM), SEBI passed an order on July 17, 2013 in the matter of M/s. Sai Prasad Foods Ltd. directing the company and its directors viz. Mr. Balasaheb K. Bhapkar, Mrs. Vandana B. Bhapkar and Mr. Shashank B. Bhapkar not to collect any more money from investors including under the existing schemes, not to launch any new schemes, not to dispose of any of the properties or alienate any of the assets of the schemes and not to divert any funds raised from public at large which are kept in bank account(s) and/or in the custody of the company.
 
M/s. Sai Prasad Foods Ltd was prima facie found to be engaged in fund mobilising activity from public by floating ‘collective investment schemes’ as defined in Section 11AA of the SEBI Act. The company had launched various collective investment schemes without obtaining certificate of registration from SEBI, thus contravening the provisions of section 12 (1B) of the SEBI Act and Regulation 3 of the SEBI (Collective Investment Schemes) Regulations, 1999.


ये है समाचार एजेंसी पीटीआई की तरफ से जारी खबर..

Sebi restrains two firms, their directors in ponzi crackdown

New Delhi (PTI) Continuing its clampdown against illegal money-collection schemes promising huge returns, Sebi restrained two companies and their directors from raising further public funds and asked them not to divert any funds or sell any properties till further orders.

The regulator found that Sai Prasad Properties and its group company Sai Prasad Foods were running unauthorised Collective Investment Schemes (CIS) in the name of sale and purchase of land parcels from thousands of people in Madhya Pradesh and other areas with promise of total money back along with returns of 15-20 per cent per year.

The returns were linked to the new investors added by the existing investors, giving them a shape of ponzi schemes.

Passing two separate orders against these companies and their directors, the regulator said it felt it necessary to take immediate interim steps to ensure that no investors are defrauded. It said the companies are prevented from further carrying on with their fund mobilising activity related to ''collective investment scheme'', without registering with Sebi.

As per the orders, Sai Prasad Foods and its directors — Balasaheb K Bhapkar, Vandana B Bhapkar and Shashank B Bhapkar — have been asked not to collect any more money from investors including under the existing schemes. They have been barred from launching any new schemes as well.

Besides, they have also been ordered not to dispose of any of the properties or alienate any of the assets of the schemes and not to divert any funds raised from public at large which are kept in bank accounts and/or are in its custody.

Similar orders have been passed against Sai Prasad Properties and its directors/promoters — Balasaheb K Bhapkar and Vandana B Bhapkar. Sebi has asked the two companies and their directors to file their replies, if any, within 15 days.

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