KOTTAYAM: The Crime Branch team investigating the custody death of Rajkumar has not so far found any clues about the Haritha Finance company floated by him at Thookupalam, Idukki.
It found many documents, including cheque leaves and stamp papers, from the rented house of Rajkumar at Thookupalam, but could not establish who is behind the company and the total amount Rajkumar had collected from the public or where it has been stashed away.
The Nedumkandom pol-ice had earlier received 38 complaints from self-help groups and 12 from individual depositors about the loan fraud case.
Over Rs 3 crore was deposited by people mainly from Karuna-puram and Nedumkan-dom panchayats.
At least 100 self-help groups of women and over 400 individuals deposited their money in Haritha based on the promise that Rs 1 lakh will be given if Rs 1000 to Rs 2,500 was deposited as service fees.
A few had deposited even Rs 50,000 hoping to get huge amounts. Rajkumar had told the police during interrogation that the money was deposited in the banks at Kolahal-amedu, Moolamattam and Peermedu. But the police could not get any details....