The Economic Offences Wing of the Mumbai Police has attached 107 properties of the accused, involved in the National Spot Exchange Ltd scam.

Head of Economic Offences Wing (EOW), Rajvardhan said that 166 properties, which include residences, office premises, commercial units and land parcels of the defaulters or borrowers of the exchange were identified and out of which 100 properties were attached. The EOW has also attached seven flats of the top officials of the exchange, he said.

Rajvardhan added that along with the flats, a luxury Range Rover car of Anjani Sinha, former CEO of NSEL, was also seized. The valuation of all the properties is yet to be undertaken, he said.

(This article was published on November 14, 2013)
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