Some more great news for the high net worth criminal nsel investors - government has now asked banks for account holders details where more than rs.10 crores deposits and more then Rs. 1 lac credit card payments are made in one year. If demo has not destroyed them - the benami laws
7.53 PM Jan 19th
New name, world class company and management - sure to regain its past glory and truly vindicate its shareholders loyalty. As to nsel criminal high networth investors - they can keep braying having lost most of their wealth to demo and balance to the benami laws under implementation. Nothing left
2.17 PM Jan 19th
rajxen, ftil owns 99.99% of nsel, and therefore, every ftil shareholder gets penalized due to falling ftil price, though it was the management of companies who are allegedly responsible. savvy investors and operators who put proper stop loses exited with minor loses.
12.58 PM Jan 19th
Nitesh - This is on expected lines. In couple of days all stop losses in FTIL will be hit for those who bought at 84. I feel sorry of few genuine FTIL shareholders on this board who are hoping against hope that FTIL will go up, just because book value is high, and criminal and legal cases of NSEL
6.23 PM Jan 18th
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