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Mahesh Motewar, owner of Live India, arrested in Maharashtra

29-December-2015
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Mahesh Motewar, owner of Live India, arrested in Maharashtra

Mahesh Motewar, Chairman of Hindi news channel Live India, has been arrested in Pune, Maharashtra, in relation to the illegal chit fund scam, according to media reports.

Motewar serves as the Chairman and MD of Samruddha Jeevan (previously known as Prosperity Agro). The company had acquired Live India from HDIL in 2012.

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