Tirupur Central Crime Branch registered a case against the trading firm in 2009 for cheating depositors of Rs 930.71 crore.
Officials say that these big-time gangsters are more tech-savvy.
The extortion case is linked to a 2012 multi-crore Paazee forex scam.
CBI claims that Jain allegedly "extorted and received Rs 10 crore from jail inmate Chandrashekar in various tranches during 2018-21 either himself or through his accomplices, as protection money.
List personal info to scare her; In case of doubt, dial 112, say police
The complainant was frightened and transferred approximately Rs 12.8 lakh to the accused. Later, he approached the police who registered an FIR under relevant sections and began probing the matter.
Promod Kumar’s counsel sought one week time to appear, but the court declined the plea. Though the court allowed time till 3.30 pm. He did not appear, following which the NBW was issued.
It has been alleged the promoter of the website was also behind some leaders becoming MLAs and ministers in the State Cabinet.
During investigation police found that the accused operated as a gang and committed similar crimes previously, many of which remained unreported.
The accused, Siddhartha Buragohain, was serving as the Superintendent of Police of Bajali when the alleged attempt to extort a businessman from the western Assam district was made.
The women scammers are accused of seducing the victims before asking them to engage in sexual acts during the calls while other suspects recorded the videos.
Two cyber crooks including a woman, blackmailed the techie with his nude photos and videos and extorted money from him.
These suspects, in turn, revealed that Naushad from Malappuram in Kerala was also involved in the case.
The cab driver, who overheard the conversation, started blackmailing her, threatening to tell her husband and make her personal issues public.
The charges against them include murders, attempts to murder and extortion, police added.
The miscreants are troubling the industries and forcing them to pay exorbitant freight rates for road transportation and demanding abnormal loading rates at the mines.
It came to the fore that three of the accused sold pre-activated SIM cards to other criminals.
Investigations, so far, have revealed that the cadres of the banned outfits had been making extortion calls to the people in Imphal and the Valley areas to raise funds for their organisations.
Advocate Edison submitted that Leena is willing to have a baby and have motherhood. The argument was placed forth to emphasize the right to life.
The accused were identified as AR inspector Swarna Latha, constable M Hema Sundar, home guard V Srinivasa Rao and middleman V Suribabu.