Simbhaoli Sugars said it had taken finance from banks, for which it has been regular in repayments but for periodical adverse cycles in sugar industry.
Faced with a CBI probe for alleged loan fraud, the Simbhaoli Sugars today said it is committed to clear its outstanding dues to the Oriental Bank of Commerce in "due course of time" in consultation with all the lenders.
The CBI has registered a case against the company, its chairman Gurmit Singh Mann, deputy MD Gurpal Singh and others in connection with the alleged bank loan fraud of Rs 97.85 crore.
In a filing to the stock exchanges close to midnight on Monday, the company said it had taken finance from banks, for which it has been regular in repayments but for periodical adverse cycles in sugar industry.
Recently, the Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) -- one of the banks in its consortium -- has filed a fraud monitoring report against the company and referred it to the investigation agencies, it added.
"In this regard, the company and its management are in process for submitting requisite clarifications and details to the investigating agencies and are fully committed to co-operate with the investigation.
"The management is committed to clear all of its outstanding dues with the OBC in due course of time, in the joint consultation of all the lenders," the filing said.
Earlier, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had registered a case against Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh's son-in-law in connection with an alleged bank fraud case against Simbhaoli Sugars Ltd on Monday.
Simbhaoli Sugars Ltd is one of the largest sugar mills in the country.
The bank had complained to the CBI on November 17, 2017, but the agency registered the case on February 22 this year.
A probe has been launched in two loans Rs 97.85 crore, which was declared fraud in 2015, and another corporate loan of Rs 110 crore, which was used to repay the previous loan.