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EOW of Odisha Crime Branchorder for equitable distribution of Rs 63.55 crore of HITECH Group among the investors.

Bhubaneswar:5/8/17: In an attempt to provide relief to investors who were taken in for ride by Hi-tech group of companies, the Economic Offence Wing (EOW) of Odisha Crime Branch has moved the government for issuance of ad-interim attachment order for equitable distribution of Rs 63.55 crore deposited made by the company amongst the investors.

It may be recalled here that Tirupati Panigrahi, Tirupati Choudhury and Madhusudan Panigrahi, the managing director and directors of hi-tech group of companies had deposited an amount of Rs 63,55,49,227 as condition for bail as per the order of Supreme Court.

Following deposit made by Hi-tech group the deposit of the above amount, the state government had earlier moved the apex court for granting permission under section 3 of Odisha Protection of Interests of depositors (in Financial Establishments) Act, 2011 for equitable distribution of the deposited sum amongst the duped investors. The apex court in a order dated 25 July 2017 had accorded sanction for attachment of the sum for distribution amongst the investors.

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