Homi Rajvansh allegedly connived with private parties and issued loans without seeking any collaterals, according to the agency.
The CBI has arrested Income Tax Commissioner of Agra, Homi Rajvansh, for allegedly cheating the National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India (NAFED) to the tune of over Rs167 crore.
Rajvansh, an Indian Revenue Service officer of 1985 batch, who was posted as Additional Managing Director at the NAFED in 2005 allegedly connived with private parties and issued loans without seeking any collaterals, according to the agency.
The agency also arrested four others who allegedly connived with Rajvansh in the cheating case, on Monday.
Those arrested include Lalit Mohan, proprietor of Roshan Lal Lalit Mohan; Vinod Gupta, Joint MD, Zenith Mining Pvt Ltd; S K Jain, CMD of Reliance Polycrete Ltd and Daulat Singh Chauhan, CEO of ITM Impex Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.
The CBI claimed that Mohan was arrested for allegedly cheating NAFED of 59 crore and Gupta for allegedly cheating the federation of 90 crore. Jain and Singh allegedly cheated NAFED of Rs18.33 crore.