CBI – The New Indian Express
Express press service
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) during the ongoing investigation into the National Stock Exchange (NSE) manipulation case has learned that it came across crucial facts that former MD Chitra Ramkrishna of NSE and former group chief operating officer (GOO) Anand Subramanian were on tax havens like the Seychelles and Mauritius.
The CBI on Friday advised a Special Court in Delhi (CBI cases) that information obtained on Chitra and Anand’s visits to tax haven countries must be proven in detail to determine the purposes of the visits during their periods of service. Sources also hinted that the agency had technical clues that the email id, [email protected], was created by none other than Anand Subramanian and was also linked to another of his ids. messaging on Hotmail.
Sources said details of the emails were deliberately deleted by Anand which would now have become crucial evidence and shed much light on the manipulation and wrongdoing with the NSE. Recently, the CBI had told the Special Court that software named “Chanakya” was used in the exploitation of NSE TBT (Trick by Trick) architectures to gain improper advantages from trading and other NSE activities.
Meanwhile, on Friday, sources said the CBI lawyer advised the Special Court (CBI Cases) opposing Anand Subramanian’s bail application that he could have influenced the decisions of the then physician Chitra Ramkrishna and others in the manipulation of the stock market. Anand’s lawyer, Arshdeep Singh, informed the court that the scam allegedly took place between 2010 and 2014 as Anand joined in 2013. He also said nothing against Anand was found in internal investigations, which were then carried out by the NSE committee.