The central government will examine 18 realty firms which are alleged of forgeries and dubious investment schemes.
NEW DELHI: Receiving complaints from various sources against some realty firms, the central government is planning to scan these firms. The government said that it has received complaints against 18 realty firms across the country and will scan their schemes and policies.
The central government will examine all these firms which are alleged of forgeries, besides conducting dubious investment schemes.
On last Friday, the finance ministry said that the government will probe the case against the realty firms.
Minister of state for finance Namo Narain Meena revealed the details of the alleged firms. He was answering a question in the Lok Sabha. He stated that the government has received complaints against some firms and it will probe the case.
Meanwhile ten of them are given clean chit by the Securities and Exchange Board of India. The market regulator SEBI has stated that these realty firms have not been running any collective investment schemes.
Ecogreen Real Estate India Ltd and Delhi-based Ken Infratech Ltd are the two firms found guilty of having collective investment schemes.
Commenting on the issue, Ken Infratech Ltd MD Sukhchain Singh said that his firm has no collective schemes. He added that he has not received any letter from the government regarding any of the schemes.
SEBI is currently examining IHI Developers India Ltd, Imbowers Housing and Infrastructure Ltd, Maxworth Buildtech Ltd, Nicer Green Housing, Royal Infra Towers Ltd, Servehit Housing and Infrastructure Ltd and Taneja Developers and Infrastructure (Panipat) Ltd.
Taneja Group too said that they do not have any chit fund scheme. Speaking on the issue, AC Michael of Taneja group said that they have not received any letter from the SEBI.