India’s federal probe company, the CBI, has arrested Chitra Ramakrishna, the previous Nationwide Inventory Trade CEO, within the Himalayan yogi scandal case. A report by information company PTI mentioned that Ramkrishna was arrested in India’s nationwide capital Delhi earlier than being taken for a medical checkup.
Ramakrishna is accused of committing grave lapses at India’s largest inventory market in addition to sharing confidential info with a person, who she sensationally described as a ‘Himalayan yogi.’
Her arrest got here only a day after a particular courtroom in Delhi rejected her anticipatory bail plea. The CBI on Sunday lodged in lockup at its headquarters.
Final month, it emerged that the so-called ‘Himalayan yogi’ was none aside from former NSE group working officer Anand Subramanian. The CBI arrested Subramanian on 25 February after a SEBI report referred to the mysterious yogi influencing Ramakrishna’s actions as Subramanian.
Ramakrishna had appointed Subramanian as her advisor who was later elevated as group working officer at an annual wage of Rs 4.21 crore. She had left the NSE in 2016.
The SEBI has imposed a nice of Rs. 3 crore on Ramakrishna, Rs. 2 crore every on the NSE, Subramanian, former NSE MD and CEO Ravi Narain, and Rs 6 lakh on VR Narasimhan, who was the chief regulatory officer and compliance officer.