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On the 7th of December, the CEO of Heera Group, Nowhera Shaik, visited the Supreme Court of India accompanied by the expertise team to demonstrate the strong monetary evidence that is above and beyond the Apex Court’s minimal liability requirement and submitted the buyer’s information to the chief justice in a sealed envelope.
The prime single property out of 87 is more than enough to cover all the claimed investments worth about Rs. 800 crores. The property is undeniably for sale and is free of the Enforcement Directorate’s restrictions. Buyers of the property are now visiting the property daily, and they have complete freedom in selecting any part of the property as it is unquestionably for sale. Hopefully, in a short period of time, it will be sold.
Most of the investors who have not claimed their investments will receive their profits in the months of March and April 2023. If the claimed investors had waited a little longer and not filed a case against Nowhera Shaik, their investments would have received their profits by now. But unfortunately, for now, their profits are deducted and only the principal amount will be provided by the firm.
The claimed investors, approximately about 3%, or 6,023 investors, are supposed to visit the corporate office in Hyderabad and are required to submit the original documents that were provided by the firm at the time of investing. Once the claimed investor information is found to be recorded in the business organization, only the genuine claimed investor amounts will be received. The verification process will be done by the team led by SFIO. The CEO of Heera Group, Nowhera Shaik, has instructed the authentication departments to finish their work soon so that, it will be easier and faster to clear all the claimed investments.