Unitech MD Sanjay Chandra, brother sent to police remand till 3 April – Livemint anti laundering money

New delhi: the delhi police’s economic offences wing on saturday arrested unitech group’s managing director sanjay chandra and his brother ajay chandra for alleged cases of money laundering, senior delhi police officials confirmed on the condition of anonymity.

Following a hearing at delhi’s patiala house court, the duo was sent to two days’ police remand.

The agency had sought three days’ remand of both the accused claiming they were not cooperating in the investigation. The counsel for the accused, however, opposed the remand plea, saying the police has already searched the premises of the accused and they cannot be forced to give any incriminating evidence against them.

The brothers have been accused of duping buyers who had booked flats with unitech’s residential project in greater noida.

The buyers alleged that unitech failed to complete the project on time and also did not refund the money along with the interest.Anti laundering money

In august, the supreme court had instructed unitech to deposit rs5 crore for delaying the completion of its residential project burgundy, along the noida-greater noida expressway. Likewise, in january, the SC also ordered the group to pay rs2 crore to 39 flat buyers of its vista housing project in gurugram, after the buyers had filed a plea with the apex court against the group.

New delhi: the delhi police’s economic offences wing on saturday arrested unitech group’s managing director sanjay chandra and his brother ajay chandra for alleged cases of money laundering, senior delhi police officials confirmed on the condition of anonymity.

Following a hearing at delhi’s patiala house court, the duo was sent to two days’ police remand.

The agency had sought three days’ remand of both the accused claiming they were not cooperating in the investigation. The counsel for the accused, however, opposed the remand plea, saying the police has already searched the premises of the accused and they cannot be forced to give any incriminating evidence against them.Anti laundering money

The brothers have been accused of duping buyers who had booked flats with unitech’s residential project in greater noida. The buyers alleged that unitech failed to complete the project on time and also did not refund the money along with the interest.

In august, the supreme court had instructed unitech to deposit rs5 crore for delaying the completion of its residential project burgundy, along the noida-greater noida expressway. Likewise, in january, the SC also ordered the group to pay rs2 crore to 39 flat buyers of its vista housing project in gurugram, after the buyers had filed a plea with the apex court against the group.

New delhi: the delhi police’s economic offences wing on saturday arrested unitech group’s managing director sanjay chandra and his brother ajay chandra for alleged cases of money laundering, senior delhi police officials confirmed on the condition of anonymity.Anti laundering money

Following a hearing at delhi’s patiala house court, the duo was sent to two days’ police remand.

The agency had sought three days’ remand of both the accused claiming they were not cooperating in the investigation. The counsel for the accused, however, opposed the remand plea, saying the police has already searched the premises of the accused and they cannot be forced to give any incriminating evidence against them.

The brothers have been accused of duping buyers who had booked flats with unitech’s residential project in greater noida. The buyers alleged that unitech failed to complete the project on time and also did not refund the money along with the interest.

In august, the supreme court had instructed unitech to deposit rs5 crore for delaying the completion of its residential project burgundy, along the noida-greater noida expressway. Likewise, in january, the SC also ordered the group to pay rs2 crore to 39 flat buyers of its vista housing project in gurugram, after the buyers had filed a plea with the apex court against the group.Anti laundering money

New delhi: the delhi police’s economic offences wing on saturday arrested unitech group’s managing director sanjay chandra and his brother ajay chandra for alleged cases of money laundering, senior delhi police officials confirmed on the condition of anonymity.

Following a hearing at delhi’s patiala house court, the duo was sent to two days’ police remand.

The agency had sought three days’ remand of both the accused claiming they were not cooperating in the investigation. The counsel for the accused, however, opposed the remand plea, saying the police has already searched the premises of the accused and they cannot be forced to give any incriminating evidence against them.

The brothers have been accused of duping buyers who had booked flats with unitech’s residential project in greater noida. The buyers alleged that unitech failed to complete the project on time and also did not refund the money along with the interest.Anti laundering money

In august, the supreme court had instructed unitech to deposit rs5 crore for delaying the completion of its residential project burgundy, along the noida-greater noida expressway. Likewise, in january, the SC also ordered the group to pay rs2 crore to 39 flat buyers of its vista housing project in gurugram, after the buyers had filed a plea with the apex court against the group.