IMPHAL, Jul 4: The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM), Imphal West has instructed the OC of Imphal Police Station to submit a report after investigating the whereabouts of the agents and sub-agents of UNI-Group of Companies, the office of which has remained shut after fraudulently collecting a huge amount of money in term of crores from a large number of investors in Manipur.
The CJM, Imphal West has issued an order in this regard following a petition filed by one Nongmaithem Premananda (30) of Serou Part-I under Thoubal district, who is one of the duped investors.
In his petition, Premananda alleged that 12 individuals who are the agents and sub-agents of the networking businesses like Visarev, Unipay2U, Unigold, Unipay2U International, etc operated under the Malaysia-based UNI-Group of Companies. They disappeared after fraudulently collecting a huge amount of money from many investors in Manipur.
The petitioner has identified the agents as Kumar Kom (45) of New Checkon, Chassad Avenue; Nameirakpam Victor (43) of Liwa Lambi, Maibam Leikai, Bokul Makhong, Sagolsem Robindro (38) of Yairipok Santidan Bazar, Keshav Kanti Sarma (43) of ASEB Colony, Guwahati; Heigam Tolen (31) of Leihaopokpi village near Lala Bazar under Heilakandi district of Assam and RK Jiranjit (38) of Moirangkhom Makha Loklaobung while the sub-agents as Mayengbam Romesh (35) of Wabagai Makha Leikai; Keithellakpam Basanta Meitei (43) of Kwakeithel near Tiddim Ground; Oinam Rajesh (26) of Bashikhong Bazar; Tonjam Saratchandra (47) of Lilong Chajing Mamang Leikai; Laishram Kaoba (45) of Langthabal Lep Makha Leikai and his wife Yumnam Ningol Nganthoibi Devi (38).
The petitioner further disclosed that among the accused, Keshav Kanti Sarma had his office at Christian Basti, GMC Road, Guwahati from where he dealt with his sub-agents in Manipur; Keithellakpam Basanta opened a branch office near MM Gas Godown, Lalambung; Nameirakpam Victor had a similar office at Kakhulong while RK Jiranjit operated from Hotel Nirmala, Imphal.
These 12 agents and sub-agents fraudulently collected crores of rupees from lakhs of investors in Manipur between July and December last year. Of the total amount thus collected by them, Premananda and some other investors have given around Rs 37 crores for investment through Victor, who has also gone hiding after refunding just more than Rs 3 crores, according to the petition.
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