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Sanjeevani Scam: HC reserves order
Jodhpur: The Rajasthan HC has reserved its judgment in a matter related to fraud done by Sanjeevani credit cooperative society.
The court of justice Pankaj Bhandari conducted a hearing and reserved the judgement on Friday.
The society is accused of disbursing fake loans worth Rs. 770 crore in 18 months.
The society chairman Devi Singh is the main accused. He is also accused of duping more than 2 lakh investors.
Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat was also associated with the society. VR Bajwa argued on behalf of the petitioner.
Advocate Padam Singh Gurjar also appeared in the hearing as the counsel for Sanjeevani Pidit Sangh.
Earlier in December last year, the HC had sought a factual report of the progress made in the investigation of the Sanjeevani Credit Cooperative Society scam by Jodhpur police.
A single bench of Justice Manoj Kumar Garg had given the order during the hearing of a criminal petition against the society filed by one Narendra Singh Rathore. (First India Bureau)