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Rich sons of former DGP own 4 companies, which 'operate' from home
Seek Rs 90 lakh compensation from appughargurugram.com
1/21/2019 12:08:11 AM
Avinash Azad

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 20: Dauji Vaid and Krishna Vaid, two sons of the former Director General of Police, S P Vaid, are directors of four companies but all these enterprises are registered at their residence address: 1 Rama Krishna Lane, Sector F Sainik Colony Jammu.
Dauji Vaid is registered with Ministry of Corporate Affairs with a DIN (Director Identification Number) of 07439761 and is associated with Dakrix Chemicals and Equipments Pvt Ltd, Pangong Enterprises LLP, hotels and restaurants, Daukri Enterprises Pvt Ltd and Dakrix Pharma Private Limited. His brother Krishna Vaid is also associated with these companies.
"Dauji Vaid in presently director of Pangong enterprises LPP (Hotels and Restaurants) incorporated in year 2016, presently defunct, while Daukri Enterprises Private Limited (Business Services) incorporated in year 2018, Dakrix Pharma Private Limited (Health and Social Work) incorporated in year 2017 an Dakrix Chemicals and Equipments Private Limited (Business Services) incorporated in year 2017 are active companies, Krishna Vaid is another individual associated with Dauji Vaid", the documents reveal.
They further divulge that Dauji Vaid was also associated with EOD Entertainment Private Limited as additional director since February 2, 2016.
"The Corporate Identification Number (CIN) of Daukri Enterprises Private Limited is U74999JK2018PTC010375 and its registration number is 010375. Its registered address and contact Email are F-Extension Sainik Colony Jammu, 180011IN and anands-cs@rediffmail.com respectively", the documents read.
The Pangong Enterprises LLP is a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) first and registered with Registrar of Companies, Jammu on November 11 2016. As per the records of Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), LLP's 'Statement of Accounts and Solvency' was last filed for FY 2016-17, and Annual Return last filed for FY 2016-17. LLP Identification Number (LLPIN) of Pangong Enterprises Llp is AAH-8026 this company has same registered address with emailcompany0028@gmail.com.
Third company Dakrix Chemicals and Equipments Private Limited has CIN U74999JK2017PTC010234 and its Registration Number is 010234, with same registered address like other and a different email address mirassociates01@gmail.com.
The CIN for Dakrix Pharma Private Limited is U85300JK2017PTC010008 and its Registration Number is 010008, this company has same email and registered addresses like Dakrix Chemical and Equipments Private Limited.
Despite these companies having the same address, there is no sign board outside the residence of the former DGP and incumbent Transport Commissioner SP Vaid at Sainik colony here. Having no sign board indicates that there is "something fishy" which needs to be probed.
An expert while talking to Early Times said that one cannot register four companies at one address. "It's not legally correct. Even if the companies are registered then some business activities should take place in the premises," he said, adding "To run four companies one needs huge investment. How did the sons of a police officer manage to get the funds is a million dollar question which they only can answer," the expert added.
According to the details available with this newspaper appughargurugram.com on October 5, 2018 released the list of investors, who had invested in the company but the company suffered losses and turned bankrupt. Name of Duaji Vaid and Krishna Vaid figure at no.11 in the list both had asked the company to pay them Rs 90,19,600 but the appughargurugram.com has agreed to pay back Rs 70,00000 to them.
Both the sons of the former Jammu and Kashmir Police chief have been minting money and have joined the list of elite businessmen in the country. "The incumbent Transport Commissioner and former Director General of Police should explain from where his sons got so much money. He should disclose his sources of income so that people come to know how come his sons have joined the list of top notch businessmen," said an official.
He said that it's not easy to run four companies but the basic flaw lies with the registration of these companies as these have been registered on one address where no business activities are taking place at present. "The Governor's administration should take a note of it and ask the former DGP to explain," the official added.
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