Economic Offences Wing moves court seeking custody of Orbit CEO Pujit Aggarwal

An EOW senior police officer said the agency is likely to get his custody on Wednesday.

By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published:September 21, 2016 12:35 am

After investigation by Azad Maidan police station in the cheating case against Pujit Aggarwal, MD and CEO of realty firm Orbit Corporation, the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has moved court seeking his custody.

The EOW case referred to a complaint of cheating filed by financial firm Capri Global Advisory Services Private Limited, which claimed that it had invested Rs 52 crore in two projects by the realty firm, called Orbit Terraces and Orbit Haven.

An EOW senior police officer said the agency is likely to get his custody on Wednesday.

Aggarwal was arrested over two weeks ago by the Azad Maidan police station on the complaint of cheating filed by the financial firm that had bought three flats in a residential project by Orbit, and had not been granted possession. The court has sent Aggarwal to judicial custody till October 3 in the case.