Maruti Suzuki probing allegations of malpractices by executives: Report

The company has taken possession of the laptops and phones of the executives under the lens

BS Web Team New Delhi
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Maruti Suzuki India is probing allegations of fraud and wrongdoing by some company executives in its purchase department, a report by The Economic Times said. It is being done based on a complaint filed by a whistleblower. 
"After a thorough investigation, the company will take strict action if required," a person aware of developments told ET. "The Japanese parent of the company is ruthless in dealing with anything related to irregularities in financials, as it is a serious corporate governance issue," the person added.
KPMG has been tasked with carrying out a forensic investigation. The company has taken possession of the laptops and phones of the executives under the lens but no official has yet been suspended. 

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First Published: Jan 24 2023 | 10:50 AM IST

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