The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has alleged that the accused have indulged in a criminal conspiracy
The CBI on Thursday carried out searches at six locations after registering a fresh case of fraud of Rs 2,435 crore in YES Bank
and other consortium banks
against former Crompton Greaves chairman Gautam Thapar who is already under probe in more such cases, officials said.
The searches took place at six locations in Mumbai, Delhi and Gurgaon.
This is a new case against Thapar, who was booked recently in Rs 466 crore fraud case in Yes Bank, the officials said.
Along with Thapar, several other executives of the company have been booked in the case.
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