Bank of Baroda: Cooperating with South African cops in Gupta brothers’ case

NEW DELHI: Bank of Baroda said on Saturday it has cooperated with South African authorities in all investigations of matters relating to the Gupta family, including how the Guptas and their companies used their accounts at various banks in South Africa.

Police raided offices of the Bank of Baroda on Friday in South Africa and seized documents as part of its probe into corruption under the country’s former President Jacob Zuma and his links with the family of Indian born Gupta brothers. The Guptas and Zuma have denied any wrongdoing and said they are cooperating in the probe.

“The action by the South African Police Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation is no exception, as Bank of Baroda fully cooperated with the Hawks,” the bank said in a statement.

“Presently, we want to emphasise that…

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