his arrest, he stayed with Satish for more than a month and he provided him all the logistics in Malaysia.
In 2013, he came to know that Mumbai police might have taken up the matter with Interpol, therefore, to avoid his arrest in a foreign country, he with his family returned to India, police said.
He reached Kathmandu by air and then reached Delhi by road because of apprehension that Mumbai Police might have issued his "Look Out Notice" at all airports in India. Even after returning to Delhi, he worked as an advisor of Ram Sumiran Pal and helped him in investing his money, said Yadav.
Further investigation is being made and police of other states are also being informed about his arrest. From the intensive interrogation, some vital clues about other wanted people have surfaced, police said.
A company namely Speak Asia, registered in Singapore, was introduced in India in early 2010 by the two Pal brothers with the help of one Manoj Sharma.
Speak Asia was an online survey marketing company which sold web subscription for Rs 11000 each and in return the investor had to fill survey forms, which were later found to be fake, for certain MNCs for promised annual payment of Rs 52000. After paying few initial investors, Speak Asia wrapped up its operation in India around mid-2011.
According to police, 'Speak Asia' had remitted over Rs 900 crore to Singapore. The money was sent from India to the banks in Singapore and from there to Dubai, Italy and UK. However, the money came back from UK again to UAE (Dubai) and to India.
Ram Sumiran Pal was the first senior office bearer of 'Speak Asia' to be arrested.