September 25, 2022
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ED files charge sheet against ex-NSE chief Chitra Ramakrishna, others in phone tapping case

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NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate Friday filed its cost sheet earlier than Delhi court docket towards former NSE chief Chitra Ramakrishna, its ex-MD Ravi Narain, and former Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey in a cash laundering case associated to alleged unlawful cellphone tapping and snooping on inventory alternate staff.
The doc working into over 2,000 pages was filed earlier than Particular Choose Sunena Sharma and likewise named Pandey’s firm concerned within the cellphone tapping, iSec Providers Pvt Ltd, as an accused within the matter.
“Ahlmad (court docket official) is directed to verify and tally the paperwork with the record filed together with the grievance,” the choose mentioned.
The court docket additionally ship Narain to judicial custody until September 21, after he was produced earlier than the choose on the expiry of his two-day custodial interrogation.
The choose additionally directed the Jail Superintendent to make out there sure medicines prescribed by the physician to Narain through the interval of his custody.
The court docket handed the instructions after the ED’s Particular Public Prosecutor N Okay Matta advised the court docket that the accused was not required for additional interrogation within the matter.
Based on the ED, the highest officers of NSE, together with these accused named within the cost sheet, prompted the financial loss to NSE by permitting iSec to realize cash out of criminal activity completed below the guise of a professional contract of ‘Research of Cyber Vulnerabilities’, the court docket famous.
It was solely with the energetic help and assist of Ramkrishna, Narain, and different prime officers of NSE, that the iSec was in a position to generate cash to the tune of Rs 4.54 crore and provides it a color of untainted cash by displaying it to have been earned by way of a professional supply, the ED mentioned.
The ED had registered an Enforcement Case Info Report (ECIR) in July towards former Mumbai Police commissioner Sanjay Pandey and former heads of the NSE for allegedly tapping the telephones of staff between 2009 and 2017.
That is the second case being probed by the ED concerning the alleged violation of cash laundering norms within the co-location rip-off.
Pandey and Ramkrishna had been arrested in July this yr within the case. Narain was arrested by the company on Tuesday.
Ramkrishna was earlier arrested by the CBI in March this yr within the co-location case.
Pandey’s firm, iSec Providers, shaped in 2001, was among the many many IT companies that carried out safety audits at NSE between 2010 and 2015 when the co-location rip-off allegedly passed off.
The companies have discovered that interception was completed with out staff’ consent.

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