IMPHAL: The Manipur Students’ Federation (MSF) has announced indefinite shutdown of RDS Dealer Private Limited (RTSDPL) for involvement in various scams and collecting huge amount of cash from the citizens with the lure of providing jobs. This announcement was made during a press meet held at MSF Head office, Kwakeithel on Wednesday.
Addressing media persons, vice-president of MSF Sazad Bhumamayum said that the Kh Rajendra, the Managing Director of RDSDPL which is located at Uripok Yambem Leikai has taken up various project namely Solar Power Project of 500 Megawatt; Loktak Beautification, Firefighting, RBI Fund Lottery, Anti-Microbial Surveillance System under Indian Council of Medical Research and Manipur Nano Sciences and Technology.
Many circular agents comprising its staffs were put into action and huge amount of cash were collected fraudulently from the people in the state in the guise of offering job. Unfortunately, even the office in- charge and assistant in-charge does not have full knowledge about the various projects and after investigation about the running of the office it was confirmed that the projects they were running were reckoned to be a part of fraudulent schemes.
The MD Rajendra Singh had contacted the MSF office earlier and tried to reach an understanding regarding the projects taken up by him. At the same time, the MD gave strong confidence to the student’s federation that he will issue a white paper within January 10, 2020. So, the student’s federation waited for a long time but instead of issuing the white paper in the given time, he absconded and is now in hiding, added the vice president.
After deeply considering the facts on the matter, the student’s federation decided to impose an indefinite shutdown on the RDSDPL office. The vice president urged the MD to surrender and show up at its office at the earliest. It is reported that ten years ago Rajendra had collected large amount of money from the citizens and afterwards went into hiding for a long time. He appealed to all the people in the state to be alert and become aware of frauds scheming around, concluded the vice president.