India to disqualify more shell company directors in crackdown
13 Sep 2017

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Tuesday announced that more than 1.06 lakh directors of shell companies will be disqualified as part of the stepped up war against black money.

The move is a sequel to the ministry cancelling the registration of 2.09 lakh companies that have not been carrying out any business activity over a prolonged period.

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