Jaipur: Following protests by investors, the police have arrested two Directors of a multi-level marketing company Gold Sukh which has allegedly duped people in several parts of the country of a whopping amount to the tune of Rs 500 crore.

Weighing the chances of their eloping to foreign countries, the police is even planning the option of taking the help from the Interpol. In this regard, they have already sought help from the Union Home Ministry.

Police is also confident that the accused have already reached Bangkok.

Meanwhile, Gold Sukh Directors Jagdish Sharma and Rameshwar Prasad have been arrested after being questioned and have also been sent to the police remand till December 1, Additional Police Commissioner Karan Sharma said.

The police has issued a look out against eight others and even sealed more than 30 bank accounts of the company.

The company, which had four directors, had a total of 27 offices throughout the country including eight in Rajasthan. The police have confiscated two lockers, 30 computers and many cheques from a two storey office. Also they are treating the CCTV footages as a vital lead to trace the eloping directors.

The police may even take the help of cyber experts to dig out details from 30 computers. However, no gold items were found out from the sealed buildings and offices.

It promised investors high returns on their deposit, which they claimed was used to purchase gold, he said.

Hundreds of agitated people gathered outside the Gold Sukh company's closed office in civil lines area here. The investors had reached the company's office on Wednesday to collect their promised payment. However, they learnt that they had been deceived by the company.

Two FIRs were registered with Vidhayakpuri police station against the company, police said, adding the complainants alleged that they had invested in the company on promise of handsome profit but were duped by the firm.

The directors of the company shut down their office and closed the company's web site from Wednesday after protests. Efforts are on to trace the absconding directors of the company.

(JPN/ Bureau)