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NEW DELHI: CBI has captured three executives of two ponzi organizations in independent instances of purportedly tricking individuals to the tune of over Rs. 620 crore. In the principal argument against Infinity Realcon, CBI has captured its Directors Pranab Mukherjee and Prabir Kumar Mukherjee for purportedly tricking the general population through lucrative ponzi plans. 

"It was charged that the blamed, in a criminal intrigue with others, had illicitly collectedRs. 565 crore from poor financial specialists after deceitfully encouraging them exceptional yields with no authorization from administrative bodies. In compatibility of that, they professedly carried out bamboozling and criminal misappropriation of open assets," CBI Spokesperson said. 

In a different case, CBI has captured Sankar Saha, then Director of PAFL Industries Ltd, a Kolkata-based organization. CBI representative said Saha purportedly gathered Rs. 60 crore illicitly from guileless speculators in the wake of promising lucrative rates of enthusiasm on their stores. 

"They purportedly carried out bamboozling and criminal misappropriation of open assets," she said. The cases were enrolled by the office on the requests of Supreme Court on May 09, 2014 went against the authorities of said privately owned businesses.