Former NSE CEO Chitra Ramkrishna’s Troubles Increased

Former NSE CEO Chitra Ramakrishna’s troubles have increased in the National Stock Exchange (NSE) co-location case. In fact, she was arrested on Sunday and was produced before the special court. From where she has been sent on seven days CBI remand. Along with this, a Delhi court has extended the CBI custody of former NSE Group Operating Officer Anand Subramaniam till March 9. He was arrested in this case on February 25.

It is worth noting that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had produced Chitra Ramakrishna, former Chief Executive Officer of the National Stock Exchange (NSE), before the court and sought her 14-day custody in the NSE co-location case. Had it. Following the arrest, officials had said that the CBI interrogated Ramakrishna for three consecutive days and conducted searches at her residence, following which she was arrested. Officials said she was not responding properly.

There are serious allegations against Chitra Ramakrishna who was the MD and CEO of NSE from April 2013 to December 2016. Significantly, Chitra is accused of operating the National Stock Exchange and sharing sensitive information at the behest of Himalayan Yogi. In this connection, the CBI had recently arrested former Group Operating Officer (GOO) of NSE Anand Subramaniam from his residence in Chennai and claimed that he is a Himalayan Yogi. Anand Subramaniam is accused of interfering in the functioning of NSE. Along with this, he used to give advice to Chitra Ramakrishna, former CEO of NSE and she used to act on his behest.