Investigations into allegations against Adani Group need to be smarter and more comprehensive

There are many dimensions to the allegations against the Adani Group that relate to over-invoicing, money laundering, round tripping and stock market manipulation. The focus of the Supreme Court's 3 January order has been on the Securities and Exchange Board of India or SEBI. However, the regulator of the stock markets can only do that much and no more to find the truth on its own without the support of other agencies such as the Directorate of Enforcement that is supposed to enforce the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, argues corporate law expert Prapti Banerjee in an interview with Paranjoy Guha Thakurta.
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Link of the recording of the 70-minute deposition on 14 February 2022 by Paranjoy Guha Thakurta to the Supreme Court-appointed committee headed by Justice (retired) R V Raveendran on allegations of misuse of the Israeli Pegasus spyware on Indian citizens: