New Delhi: Absconding directors of multi-level marketing company Gold Sukh Trade India Ltd, which allegedly duped its investors over Rs 300 crore in Rajasthan last year, have been extradited to the country from Vietnam, a CBI spokesperson said here on Tuesday.

The police have confiscated 50 grams gold, huge amount of foreign currency, 17 mobile sets, 18 SIM cards, 36 ATM cards and five laptops from their possession.  

Rajasthan Police had requested the CBI to issue Red Corner Notices against directors Mahendra Nirwan, Neetu Nirwan, Manvendra Pratap Singh Chauhan, Pramod alias Bablu Sharma and Asha Sharma and subsequently the CBI sought the cooperation of the authorities in Bangkok and Hanoi which resulted in the arrest and deportation of the accused to India.

"The Interpol Wing of CBI (NCB-India) provided all required information promptly about these five fugitives which resulted in their arrest and successful deportation from Vietnam to India yesterday," CBI spokesperson Dharini Mishra said.

The company had allegedly duped thousands of people who had invested their money on the promise of high returns to the tune of 27 times of their investment in just 15 months.

(JPN/ Bureau)