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ED attaches assets worth Rs 2,747 crore belonging to ABG Shipyard in Rs 22,842 crore bank fraud case

Zee News Thursday, 22 September 2022
The ED probe revealed that ABG Shipyard Ltd and its Chairman & Managing Director Rishi Kamlesh Agarwal availed various credit facilities/loans from a consortium of Banks on the pretext of meeting its capital requirements and other business expenses. 
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News video: ABG Shipyard: ED attaches ₹2,747 cr worth assets in the case, Rishi Agarwal held |Oneindia News*News

ABG Shipyard: ED attaches ₹2,747 cr worth assets in the case, Rishi Agarwal held |Oneindia News*News 02:30

Rishi Agarwal, the former promoter of fallen shipbuilder ABG Shipyard Ltd, has been arrested by the CBI in India's biggest bank loan scam of ₹22,000 crore. #ABGShipyardScam #CBI #RishiAgarwal

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