In reality, this isn’t the primary time the corporate’s board of administrators has authorised subscriptions to such electoral bonds. Citing the identical difficulty, the corporate determined in October final yr to approve contributions to political events by way of subscription to electoral bonds in a number of tranches totalling no more than 25 crore for FY22. It didn’t, nonetheless, point out the title of the occasion.








IFB Agro Industries





IFB Agro Industries’ board of administrators has determined to approve contributions to political events within the type of subscriptions to their electoral bonds totalling not more than Rs 40 crore for FY23. The bonds can be subscribed to in a number of tranches.












In reality, this isn’t the primary time the corporate’s board of administrators has authorised subscriptions to such electoral bonds. Citing the identical difficulty, the corporate determined in October final yr to approve contributions to political events by way of subscription to electoral bonds in a number of tranches totalling no more than 25 crores for FY22. It didn’t, nonetheless, point out the title of the occasion.

In a current submitting to inventory exchanges, the corporate talked about earlier letters to inventory exchanges wherein it knowledgeable about excise-related points confronting and affecting the corporate.

“We write in continuation to our earlier letters to the stock exchanges; the board of directors, in its meeting dated March 31, 2022, considered such issues and decided, in the best interests of the company and all its stakeholders, to approve contributions to political parties by way of subscription to electoral bonds in one or more tranches totaling not more than 40 crore for the fiscal year 2022-23,” the corporate stated.












IFB Agro, which had a turnover of 1,693 crore in FY21, had beforehand knowledgeable the exchanges about an assault on its distillery in Noorpur, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal, in June 2020 by a bunch of greater than 150 armed goons, which resulted within the distillery’s “forced closure.”

The essential grievance was filed with the native police station, and operations on the distillery resumed on July 2, 2020, after native authorities supplied police safety.

IFB Agro requests that the Kolkata authorities examine the ‘assault’ on its Noorpur liquor unit. However, in a subsequent submitting in December 2020, the corporate acknowledged that “to date, no offenders have been brought to book.”












“Furthermore, the company’s alcohol business has been suffering and is under threat, as we have been singled out by certain excise officials for refusing to comply with their illegal demands; we have requested the Chief Minister of West Bengal and also the Finance, Commerce and Industry Minister of the State of West Bengal to look into/investigate the same,” it stated in its submitting.







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