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Yes Bank moved toward the CBI charging misrepresentation by Ezeego One Travel and Tours LtdNew Delhi: Ezeego One Travel and Tours Ltd and its promotors and chiefs are presently confronting a CBI case for supposedly duping Yes Bank for up to Rs 946 crore, authorities said on Monday. The Central Bureau of Investigation documented the body of evidence against the organization and its heads Ajay Ajit Peter Kerkar, Urshilla Kekar, Neelu Singh, Arup Sen, Manisha Amarapurkar, Pesi Patel and Karthik Venkatraman.Ezeego One Travel and Tours is a sister worry of Cox and Kings Ltd. Ajay Ajit Peter Kerkar and Urshilla Kekar are advertisers of both the companies.The CBI in its First Information Report said Ezeego, which was fused in 2006, is occupied with offering travel items in the Indian market. The organization originally assumed praise offices from Yes Bank in 2017 for up to Rs 650 crore, which was improved to Rs 1,015 crore by September 2018. As the organization defaulted in installment, the record was proclaimed non-performing resource (NPA) in June 2019.A scientific review of the record found that the organization enjoyed redirection of assets and a lion’s share of the credit were moved to Cox and Kings Ltd, the bank said in its protest to the CBI.Yes Bank affirmed the organization took Rs 150 crore to close its advance record with Axis Bank and submitted reports indicating the equivalent, however the review uncovered that the organization has not shut the advance and even that handed NPA over 2019.Based on the discoveries, Yes Bank named the record as “fraud” and documented a grumbling with the CBI, following which the CBI documented a criminal argument against the advertisers and heads of Ezeego.The Enforcement Directorate had likewise said Cox and Kings bunch owes Rs 3,642 cror to Yes Bank.Separately, CBI sources have revealed to NDTV they have gotten a grievance from State Bank of India with respect to a comparable extortion perpetrated by Cox and Kings Ltd with the public bank and the equivalent is being analyzed.