Already deposited Rs 14,000 crore with Sebi, Sahara says
Sahara India's Subrata Roy, who is currently on an extended parole, met his workers in during the last leg of this 'Abhaar Yatra' that ended in Mumbai.
In a statement, the company said, "Saharasri offers gratitude to all who stood by Sahara in difficult times," adding, "Sahara has already deposited more than Rs.14,000 crores with SEBI, but in the last 43 months, Sebi has repaid only around Rs 50 crores to the esteemed Investors, ofcourse after verification all these monies shall come back to Sahara."
‘Abhaar Yatra’ is a gratitude journey to that Roy took to offer his thanks and appreciate the unprecedented support extended by crores of esteemed members, associates and over 12 lakhs workers of Sahara India Pariwar.
While addressing the meeting of over five thousand managers, here at Mumbai Saharasri said, “I feel utmost proud to see the faith shown by you which has always been the real strength of Sahara India Pariwar.”
Roy said, "Sahara India Pariwar has always had absolute faith in the Indian Judiciary and we strongly believe that justice may get delayed for various genuine reasons but will prevail and it does, in the end and same will happen in Sahara Sebi case as well.”