In the company’s unaudited financial results for the quarter ended September 30, the transaction auditor pegged the alleged value of the fraudulent transactions at Rs 13,110 crore.
Before that, the company had reported fraudulent transactions of about Rs 5,100 crore, through two separate disclosures on the exchange.
The administrator of the bankrupt company, which continues
In its latest disclosure, the company said that the “transaction auditor has indicated that there are transactions worth Rs 13,110 crore that are fraudulent in nature under Section 66 of the IBC, including transactions amounting to Rs 1,283 crore that are classified as undervalued transactions.” are considered”.
The administrator submitted applications before the
In another disclosure, the company said the Creditors’ Committee has extended the deadline for submission of the resolution plan by potential resolution applicants to Nov. 25, starting Nov. 15.
Last week, the NCLT approved the extension of the deadline for the completion of the resolution process to January 5, 2023.
The insolvency-related Srei Equipment Finance Ltd. is led, together with its promoter Srei Infrastructure Finance, by an administrator, who has been investigating the day-to-day running of the companies since October 2021.
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