18 realty firms under scanner for forgeries, dubious schemes: Government

The finance ministry on Friday said that the government is probing 18 real estate firms across the country for alleged forgeries and running dubious investment schemes. 

In a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, minister of state for finance Namo Narain Meena gave out the details of the companies against which the government had received complained and taken action for committing various forgeries and launching wrong/dubious investment schemes. 

Ten of these companies had received a clean chit from the SEBI that they were not running collective investment schemes. 

The stock market watchdog was still examining complaints against seven entities while it had found prima facie that two companies were running collective investment scheme and was in the process of taking suitable action against them. 

These two companies are Ecogreen Real Estate India Ltd and Ken Infratech Ltd. Sukhchain Singh, managing director of Delhi-registered Ken Infratech, said his company did not run any collective investment scheme. We have not got any letter from the government enquiring from us, he said. 

Different agencies have already initiated action against another eight companies — Alchemist Infra Reality Ltd, PACL Ltd, KBCL India Ltd, SGS Agro Farm Ltd, RBN Real Estate and Allied India, Maitreya Plotters and Structurals Pvt Ltd, Megacity Bangalore Developers and Builders Pvt Ltd and Sai Prasad Properties Ltd. 

In the case of Jain Housing and Constructions Hyderabad Ltd the company’s reply is awaited. Sebi is still examining complaints against Nicer Green Housing, Imbowers Housing and Infrastructure Ltd, IHI Developers India Ltd, Servehit Housing and Infrastructure Ltd,Taneja Developers and Infrastructure (Panipat) Ltd, Royal Infra Towers Ltd and Maxworth Buildtech Ltd. 

In the case of Alchemist Infra Reality Ltd the Delhi High Court has granted an interim stay against investigation ordered by the finance ministry. 

AC Michael, Vice President – Corporate Communication, at Taneja Developers and Infrastructure said: “Our company is not into chit fund scheme. The concern relates to fully secured Non Convertible Debentures raised through Karvy Realty India Limited. Also, we have not received any notice from SEBI.”

Source: The Economic Times Wealth, New Delhi, April 29, 2013

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Saviour Builders Pvt. Ltd. is one of the leading real estate developers in Delhi NCR. The Saviour Group is the tantamount to deliver contemporary quality amid excellence and diverse innovation. It has emerged as one of the prominent entities in the real estate sector of India and is into residential, commercial and township projects in and around Delhi NCR. The Group devotes its complete dedication to reach higher and build better. With its immense hard work and loyalty, Saviour has accomplished the dream of delivering various tremendous infrastructures round the city. We intend to provide you with affordable houses in the Delhi NCR region. Some of its significant projects like Saviour Greenisle, Saviour Park, Saviour Street, Gaur City -1, Gaur City -2 and many more have created a new benchmark within the trade. Today, we have our presence at Noida, Noida Extension, Greater Noida (West) and Ghaziabad. We, at Saviour, are building homes based on trust and you are invited to build your future with us. We help you live your dream of living in style.

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