CBI Books NDTV’s Roys, Former CEO for Alleged FDI Norms Violation

The CBI has booked NDTV promoters Prannoy Roy and his wife Radhika Roy, among others in connection with alleged violation of foreign direct investment rules, officials said on Wednesday, 21 August.

The investigating agency has also booked the media outlet's former CEO Vikramaditya Chandra under charges of criminal conspiracy, cheating and corruption, officials said.

It is alleged that the company floated 32 subsidiaries in several tax haven countries to bring foreign funds to India through sham transactions, according to officials.

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