Published on 08/29/2017 11:49 am

“And what is the charge?” asked Jignesh Shah. “Total non-cooperation during the interrogation,” a junior officer replied. “We were here three hours ago, what went wrong that you are taking us in?” Shah asked again. Shah was interrogated by the EOW several times between September 2013 and May 7, 2013, and no incriminating evidence was ever found against him. Actually Shah was summoned 7 times, and he went on his own to the EOW Office 21 times, a fact corroborated by the cops. Even records of how many times the two had come for interrogation were shared with the cops. The list of interrogation calls and list of interrogation appearances against such calls were all kept inside a file placed on the table.

The preceding is an extract from The Target by Shantanu Guha Ray. An investigative account of the NSEL case and Jignesh Shah’s alleged connection which puts light on his total cooperation in the inquiries.

The National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL) promoted by Jignesh Shah’s Financial

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