Monetary Advisory (IMA) jewels Rs 2000 Crore Scam in Bangalore

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According to TOI ,Hundreds of investors gathered at the office of financial firm I Monetary Advisory (IMA) in Shivajinagar, Bengaluru, on Monday morning after its founder-owner, Mohammed Mansoor Khan, purportedly stated in an audio clip that he was ending his life as he was "tired of bribing corrupt politicians and bureaucrats".

In the audio clip, reportedly addressed to the city police commissioner, Khan alleged senior Congress leader and Shivajinagar MLA R Roshan Baig had refused to return the Rs 400 crore he had taken and that there was a threat to his life. The police are yet to ascertain if Khan has indeed ended his life and have intensified their search for the founder-owner and his family members.
The audio clip was widely circulated on WhatsApp and hundreds of investors tried to attack IMA's showroom in Shivajinagar. However, additional police personnel were deployed and the situation brought under control.

CM of Karnataka has also issued a statement on his twitter handle. 

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