IT raid at former NSE CEO, took decision at the behest of 'Unknown Yogi'
IT raid at former NSE CEO, took decision at the behest of 'Unknown Yogi'

The IT department has conducted raids at the residences of former NSE CEO Chitra Ramkrishna on Thursday. She is accused of sharing secret information related to NSE with unknown persons, which had given her illegal pecuniary benefits. In the past, SEBI had also imposed a penalty of Rs 3 crore on her. The penalty was imposed due to irregularities found in the appointment of Anand Subramaniam as the Chief Strategic Officer. 

According to reports, Chitra Ramakrishna had said that she did this when one 'Yogi' spoke, who lives in the Himalayas. According to the report, group operating officer/chief strategy officer Anand Subramaniam has also been raided. NSE is India's largest stock market, with 49 crore transactions per day. NSE's one-day turnover is Rs 64,000 crore. Investors trade on this market in big figures these days.

In fact, such a huge stock market was running at the behest of an unknown yogi for many years, everyone was surprised to know the truth. This had three main roles in the whole game. The first and most important character is Chitra Ramakrishna, former CEO of NSE. The second character is Anand Subramaniam, who enjoys the job on his own terms. The third character is the invisible and unknown yogi, who allegedly roams in the Himalayas and is a perfect man according to Chitra. Chitra was the CEO of NSE from 2013 to 2016 and due to this, all the big and small decisions of the stock market were made at the behest of an unknown yogi.

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