Jai Shankar Srivastava, Director of Mohan India, likes to enjoy and pamper himself in the company of escorts.’
While this in itself calls into question his code of ethics, sense of morality and personal character, the fact that he chose to pay for the services of escorts using illegally gotten money and by breaching the trust of the public, render his actions even more reprobate.
Unmindful of the need to settle the outstanding amount of about Rs 900 crore on which Mohan India defaulted, Srivastava prefers instead, to spend on food and drink, hotels and escorts for his personal pleasures, as is evident from the photograph on top
That he brazenly even allowed a photograph such as this to be clicked shows he has scant regard for the law and certainly no regard for those he has cheated, preferring instead, to capture his moments in photographs of what he considers the good times in his life.
It is surprising Srivastava is thus inclined, given that his close colleague, director and promoter of Mohan India Jagmohan Garg is a founder member of a television channel called “Peace of Mind” which broadcasts teachings of the Brahma Kumaris, a group that, on their website, describe themselves as a “global spiritual and socio-cultural institution that is now recognised in India and abroad”. Garg also owns a studio called Om Shanti Studio that produces content for the channel.
While the contrast between the two directors cannot be more striking, they remain partners in a far bigger crime – a white collar fraud of over Rs 900 crore.
Watch out for the next blog on another NSEL defaulter