Sudipta Sen,the CMD of Saradha Group of companies,used to pay 44,000 US dollars or roughly Rs 22,00,000 per month to maintain its server located in Boston in the United Sates.
Police probe has revealed that the server used to be operated by two Bengali persons. Police have alerted the Interpol today to retrieve data from the server.
A senior officer of Bidhannagar police commissionerate said,We have got documents which say that Sen used to spend $ 44,000 dollars per month. Two Bengali persons were in charge of operating the server. Of the two,one person is staying in Bengal and another is staying here in US. We are looking for him.
We have alerted the Interpol to retrieve the data from the server. The server was placed in a foreign country very strategically. Sen knew that after the company would go bust,investigation will begin. To save his vital data from the investigators,he stored his important data in US based server, added the official.
Sen for the first time mentioned about the server based in Boston in his letter dated April 1 to the SEBI.
In his letter to the market regulator,Sen stated that he did not have any access to the data stored in Boston and the server is controlled by the brokers.
Police have also get the details of the agents,who have created 10,000 policies in seven days after Sen was arrested.
We have seized the central software of the group. We have noticed that some of the agents are logging in and creating policies. We have got the details of the agents and the policies,which were created illegally,after the company went bust. We would arrest all the agents who have created these fake polices to impose false liability on the company, added the official.
Meanwhile during interrogation,police have got the documents and the emails in which Sen tried to convince the senior officials of the company to restructure the fund collection process.
Sen is said to have told his managers and directors that he would declare himself bankrupt in the court and will get some time. He also directed his managers to convince the investors to roll their policies to collect money. These emails were sent to the senior officials in March, said a senior police official.