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Corruption Case Filed Against SEBI Chairperson ,Whole Time Directors and BSE Officials At ACB CBI Court Mumbai

 

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Mumbai: Corruption case against SEBI and BSE top officials filed at Corruption court under CRPC 156(3) by E Filing at Sessions court Mumbai. Investor has invested in Cals refineries LTD Shares Listed at BSE .The company done some irregularities and SFIO inquiry is in process. The trading also stopped by SEBI in this script.

As per BSE record the Cals Refineries LTD listed on 12 Dec 1994  without SEBI compliance . The SEBI passed circular on 18 June 1992 that no issue can be listed at registered exchanges without SEBI compliance . The Cals Refineries listed at BSE without SEBI consent . Due to this fraud investor filed complaint before Scores , SEBI chairperson and WTD Officials of SEBI to take action as per section 15 HA Of SEBI Act 1992 against Cals Refineries and BSE Management. The SEBI has not initially instituted proceedings under the provisions of SEBI (Procedure for Holding Inquiry and Imposing Penalties by Adjudicating Officer) Rules, 1995 and done settlement with the accused company . They ignored Their duties under section 11 of SEBI Act 1992.  BSE and NSE Officials are also public servant under Sections 2(b) and 2(c)(viii) of the PC Act.

The accused officers will not get protection under section 17A of PC act 1988 as it is not their part of  duty to ignore complaint and do selective investigation. As per complainant the SEBI and BSE Officials has taken bribe of Rs 10 Lac approx from company to deny action under section 15 HA of SEBI act 1988. The prayer is to register FIR under section 7 and 13 of PC act 1988 by ACB or CBI. As per kerla HC Order State ACB can also take action against Central govt Employee . Soon matter will be listed for hearing before Special Judge under PC act .


SEBI Score and smart OTDR is a failed mechanism and it is designed for minor complaints. The SEBI staff did not take action on listing fraud and close complaint by taking bribe from accused company . The smart OTDR administrator are BSE and NSE officials who list the fake companies without SEBI compliance for listing and trading fees to increase exchange revenue by fraud. So they close OTDR complaint with conflict of interest . There is huge corruption in SEBI and many SEBI officers has fixed package from many corporate to ignore their complaints . Every investor to file corruption case at district Corruption court with ACB or CBI Police station under PC act 1988 under CRPC 156(3) for FIR registration . 


Criminal complaint - LMH20210000216C202400008  eFiled CaseCity Sessions Court, MumbaiSapan Shrivastava
Vs
Madhabi Puri Buch

SAPAN SHRIVASTAVA       ...Complainant

                              VERSUS

   1. MADHABI PURI BUCH

Age 55 Approx, Female , Occp: Public servant , Chairperson

 SEBI, G BLOCK ,BKC, Bandra , Mumbai 51

 2. ASHWANI BHATIA

Age 55 Approx, Male , Occp: Public servant , WHOLE TIME MEMBER

SEBI, G BLOCK ,BKC, Bandra , Mumbai 51

ashwani.bhatia@sebi.gov.in

3.  ANANTH NARAYAN G

Age 55 Approx, Male , Occp: Public servant , WHOLE TIME MEMBER

SEBI, G BLOCK BKC, Bandra , Mumbai 51

ananthg@sebi.gov.in

4. KAMLESH CHANDRA VARSHNEY

Age 55 Approx, Male , Occp: Public servant , WHOLE TIME MEMBER

SEBI, G BLOCK BKC,  Bandra , Mumbai 51

kamlesh.varshney @sebi.gov.in

 

5. PRAMOD AGARWAL

Age 60 Approx, Male , Occp: Chairman and Public Interest Directors (BSE)

BSE India

 Floor 25, P J Towers, Dalal Street, Mumbai 400001

6. SUNDARARAMAN RAMAMURTHY

Age 60 Approx, Male , Occp: MD and CEO (BSE)

BSE India

 Floor 25, P J Towers, Dalal Street, Mumbai 400001

7. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA

(Through  Addl CP, ACB ) , Mumbai

8. UNION OF INDIA

(Through Joint Director, CBI) Mumbai                  ....... Accused 


SEBI ACT 1992 as per section 11. (1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, it shall be duty of  the Board to protect the interests of the investors in securities and to promote and development of, and to regulate the securities market by such measures as it thinks fit. (2) (e) prohibiting fraudulent and unfair trade practices relating to    securities markets;

SEBI   under   the   Securities   and Exchange Board of India (Prohibition of Fraudulent and Unfair Trade   Practices   Relating   to   Securities   Market)   Regulations, 2003.  

 

SEBI ACT 1992

15HA. If any person indulges in fraudulent and unfair trade practices relating to securities, he shall be liable to a penalty 2[which shall not be less than five lakh rupees but which may extend to twenty-five crore rupees or three times the amount of profits made out of such practices, whichever is higher]

 

1.    REGULATION FOR LISTING ANY SHARE :

The Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956

THE SECURITIES CONTRACTS (REGULATION) ACT, 1956

Section 2h means shares

Section 17 A compliance of requirement

(1) Without prejudice to the provisions contained in this Act or any other law for the time being in force, no securities of the nature referred to in sub-clause (ie) of clause (h) of section 2 shall be offered to the public or listed on any recognised stock exchange unless the issuer fulfils such eligibility criteria and complies with such other requirements as may be specified by regulations made by the Securities and Exchange Board of India.

 

THE POWER OF SEBI AND ITS DUTY PROTECT THE INTEREST OF INVESTORS

The Supreme Court has recently upheld an order passed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in 2009 against Rakhi Trading Private Limited and others. The judgement is of significant importance primarily because it has explained the role of SEBI in the market in relation to punishing culprits indulging in manipulative practices such as “synchronized trading,” which is a kind of transaction wherein both the buying and the selling order quantities are identical and happen on the same time on the trading platform. The judgement under analysis reiterated the apex court’s outlook regarding the need of transparent norms of trading in securities and of fairness, integrity and transparency in the securities market in India.

SC ,SEBI  Vs.  Rakhi  Trading

 https://indiankanoon.org/doc/63300860/

CANo.1969/2011,

Order dated February 8, 2018)

“Fairness, integrity and transparency are the hallmarks of the stock market in India”

.(Paragraph  No.  1 of  the  part  of  the  judgement  authored  by  His  Lordship

Mr.Justice Kurian Joseph).

“...

Nobody intentionally trades for loss. An intentional trading for loss per se, is not a genuine  dealing  in  securities.  The  platform  of  the  stock  exchange  has  been  used for  a non genuine  trade.  Trading  is  always  with  the  aim  to  make  profits.  But  if  one  party consistently  make  loss  and  that  too  in  pre planned  and  rapid  reverse  trades,  it  is  not genuine; it is an unfair trade practice.”

( Paragraph  No.  35 of  the  part  of  the

judgement authored by His Lordship Mr. Justice Kurian Joseph).

Their Lordships have considered similar transactions in the same segment,

“The repeated   reversals   and   predetermined   arrangement   to   book   profits   and   losses respectively,  made  it  clear  that

the  parties  were  not  trading  in  the  normal  sense  and

ordinary  course.    Resultantly,  there  has  clearly  been  a  restriction  on  the  free  and  fair operation of market forces in the instant case.”

(Paragraph No. 38 authored by His Lordship Mr. Justice Kurian Joseph)

“ ....The stock market is not a platform for any fraudulent or unfair trade practice.  The field is open to all the investors.  By synchronization and rapid reverse trade, as has been carried out by the traders in the instant case, the price discovery system itself is affected. 

Except the parties who have prefixed the price, nobody is in the position to participate in the trade.  It also has an adverse impact on the fairness, integrity and transparency of the stock market.”

(Paragraph No. 41 of the part of the judgement authored by

His Lordship Mr.Justice Kurian Joseph ).

“The smooth operation of the securities market and its healthy growth and development

depends  upon  large  extent  on  the  quality  and  integrity  of  the  market.    Unfair  trade practices affect the integrity and efficiency of the securities market and the confidence of the investors.  Prevention of market abuse and preservation of market integrity are the hallmark  of  securities  law  ...”

(Paragraph No.38 of  the  part  of  the  judgment authored  by  Her  Ladyship  Ms.  Justice  R.  Bhanumathi). For this, the Hon’ble Judge  also  relied  on  the  apex  court  observations  in  N.

Narayanan  Vs. Adjudicating Officer, Securities and Exchange Board of India(2013) 12 SCC 152 wherein it was inter alia observed

: “Market abuse” impairs economic growth and erodes investor’s confidence.

“Where certain unscrupulous elements are trying to manipulate the market to serve their own interest, it becomes imperative on the part of SEBI to intervene and to curb further mischief and to take necessary action to maintain public confidence in the integrity of the securities market...”

(Paragraph No.42 of the part of the judgment authored by

Her Ladyship Ms. Justice R. Bhanumathi

 

SEBI Vs. Kanaiyalal Baldevbhai Patel (2017) 15 SCC 1, which are as under: -

The definition of 'fraud', which is an inclusive definition and, therefore, has to be understood to be broad and expansive, contemplates even an action or

omission, as may be committed, even without any deceit if such act or omission has the effect of inducing another person to deal in securities. Certainly, the definition expands beyond what can be normally understood to be a 'fraudulent act' or a conduct amounting to 'fraud'. The emphasis is on the act of inducement and the scrutiny must, therefore, be on the meaning that must be attributed to the word “induce”…… ……to make inducement an offence the intention behind the representation or misrepresentation of facts must be dishonest whereas in

the latter category of cases like the present the element of dishonesty need not

be present or proved and established to be present. In the latter category of

cases, a mere inference, rather than proof, that the person induced would not

have acted in the manner that he did but for the inducement is sufficient.”

 

Further, in the case of SEBI Vs. Kishore Ajmera (2016) 6 SCC 368, the Hon’ble

Supreme Court observed that,

the SEBI Act and the Regulations framed there under are intended to protect the interests of investors in the Securities Market which has seen substantial growth in tune with the parallel developments in the economy. Investors' confidence in the Capital/ Securities Market is a reflection of the effectiveness of the regulatory mechanism in force. All such measures are intended to preempt manipulative trading and check all kinds of impermissible conduct in order to boost the investors' confidence in the Capital market. The primary purpose of the statutory enactments is to provide an environment conducive to increased participation and investment in the securities market which is vital to the growth and development of the economy. The provisions of the SEBI Act and the Regulations will, therefore, have to be understood and interpreted in the above light”.

 

 FACTS SUPPRESSED IN DRHP CASE:

Delhi High Court

Kimsuk Krishna Sinha vs Securities & Exchange Board Of India & ... on 9 April, 2010

Equivalent citations: AIRONLINE 2010 DEL 1

7. In counter affidavit dated 11th July 2008 filed on behalf of the SEBI a preliminary objection was taken that the Petitioner is not an investor in the securities market and therefore, has no locus standi to file this petition. It was contended that SEPL is an unlisted company and therefore, is not amenable to the SEBI regulations and guidelines.

26. Accordingly, a direction is issued to the SEBI to undertake an investigation into the aforementioned complaints made by the Petitioner and also the averments made in the affidavits and additional affidavits filed by the Petitioner in the instant case. The said inquiry will be undertaken in accordance with law by the SEBI and completed within a period of three months from today. The SEBI will communicate to the Petitioner a copy of report of investigation together with its decision thereon within a further period of two weeks thereafter. If it comes to a conclusion that any consequential action is to be taken the SEBI will do so without awaiting further directions.

27. It is clarified that this Court has not pronounced on the merits of the contentions of the parties. The SEBI will proceed in the matter independent of any observations that may have been made by this Court in its previous orders or this order. It will be open to any of the parties, if aggrieved by the decision of the SEBI, to seek appropriate remedies that are available to them in law.

28. The petition and the pending applications are disposed of.


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