A local court from Hyderabad on 08.12.2014 convicted Satyam founder B Ramalinga Raju, accused of one of the most sensational corporate frauds  in the country, and other accused in connection with complaints filed by Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO).

special prosecutor C Raghu said said that Out of the seven complaints, the accused including Raju and some others were convicted in six complaints with jail terms and fines while in one complaint where the offence is punishable with fine, they were granted acquittal. The sentences will run concurrently.

Satyam founder B Ramalinga Raju  and some of the directors were sentenced to six months’ imprisonment and each of them were fined an amount ranging from Rs 10,000 to Rs 10 lakh, while in other complaints only fines were imposed.

The court directed one of the former directors, Krishna G Palepu, to pay fine of a whopping Rs 2.66 crore in complaint number 394/2009 within two months. Source- With inputs from PTI

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0 responses to “Satyam founder B Ramalinga Raju gets 6-month sentence in SFIO case”

  1. sekaran says:

    Raju’s penalty shows how poor and light hearted the country’s judicial system is. The system is not going to reform any body at all. For a confidence trickster like Raju, Sahara and Mallya, the country still gives a casual penalty. In China they could have been hanged with out a second hearing.Only in India all kinds of freedom is given to all kinds of cheats and robbers and corrupt bankers and cricket association bosses. The country does not stand a single chance for betterment, Modi or no Modi. All of theses politicians are mere puppets in the hands of the rich businessmen. Who cares for the honest man except for cleaning their toilets and sweeping the streets once in a year for TV cameras and erecting statues for the dead leaders.

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