Mumbai, July 30
Yes Bank has taken over the headquarter of Anil Ambani’s group in surburban Santacruz for failure to repay dues value Rs 2,892 crore.
The personal sector lender has additionally taken possession of two flats in South Mumbai for the non-payment of dues by Reliance Infrastructure, in keeping with a discover printed by Yes Bank in a newspaper on Wednesday.
Nearly all the main firms in Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG) had been working out of the Santacruz workplace known as ‘Reliance Centre’. However, in the previous couple of years, the fortunes of the group have gone south with the businesses assembly numerous fates, together with bankruptcies and stake gross sales.
Yes Bank mentioned it had sought to get well dues of Rs 2,892.44 crore from Reliance Infrastructure on May 6 and took possession of the three properties on July 22 after a failure to repay even after 60 days of the discover.
It cautioned most people to not cope with the properties, including that any coping with the properties shall be topic to a cost of Yes Bank for an quantity of Rs 2,892 crore.
Last 12 months, the group was seeking to lease out the identical headquarters—which admeasures 21,432 sq. metres as per the Yes Bank discover—in an try to boost sources to repay money owed.
The different two properties are unfold over two totally different flooring in South Mumbai’s Nagin Mahal, admeasuring 1,717 sq ft and 4,936 sq ft.
It could be famous that publicity to ADAG companies is blamed as among the many key causes for the excessive quantity of dangerous debt piled up by Yes Bank. Due to the excessive quantity of non-performing property, the lender needed to be bailed out by a SBI-led consortium of lenders for Rs 10,000 crore.
Before the bail-out, the federal government and the RBI outdated the Yes Bank board in March and put in a brand new chief government and board.
On June 23, Anil Ambani had claimed that R-Infra, which has loans excellent of Rs 6,000 crore, shall be fully debt-free this fiscal 12 months.
In 2018, the corporate offered its Mumbai power enterprise to Adani Transmission for almost Rs 18,800 crore, which helped scale back the debt to almost Rs 7,500 crore. —PTI