The investors who have claimed are required to visit the corporate office of the Heera Group

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Despite the Supreme Court’s minimal accountability criteria, Nowhera Shaik, the CEO of Heera Group, visited the Apex Court of India on December 7, 2022, accompanied by the exquisite team, to demonstrate the strong pecuniary proofs and submitted the buyer’s information of the firm’s property in a sealed envelope to the chief justice. The property had been investigated and surveyed by the respective departments and is free of Enforcement Directorate restrictions. The purchasers of the property are making their way from across the state, and certainly, in a short period of time, it will be sold soon. Because the land is unquestionably for sale, the buyer has complete freedom to select any portion of it.

Most of the investors who have placed their trust in the business organization have not claimed their investments, and those unclaimed investors will receive their profits in the months of March and April 2023. For the investors who have lodged a case against the CEO of Heera Group, for their claimed investments, profit will be deducted, and only the principal amount will be provided by the business organization. If the claimed investors had waited a little longer, they might have received their profits with no losses incurred; unfortunately, they have even lost the opportunity to be a long-term investor with the firm. The claimed investors are supposed to visit the head office of the Heera Group, situated in Hyderabad, and submit the original documents that were provided to them at the time of investing. The authentication process will be progressed by the team led by the SFIO, only if the claimed investors information is recorded in the firm, those claimed investors amount will be provided.

Nowhera Shaik has instructed the verification department to finish their work as soon as possible so that it will be easier to clear all the claimed investors faster.

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