Paramount Holdings Court Case Fails to Start Again

A court case involving Paramount Holdings Limited has again failed to start at the Lilongwe Chief Resident Magistrate Court, after the state asked the court through a written notice to adjourn plea-taking proceeding.

Paramount Holdings Limited lawyer Gift Katundu says the chief resident magistrate hearing the case against PHL directors Prakashi Virji Ghedia, Arvindkumar Atit Patel, Suresh Khimji Jagatiya and Paramount Holdings Limited, was also not available for the case, adding that a new date is yet to be set.

This is the third time the state has failed to start the case which the directors are suspected of using false documents legitimizing the company as dealer of Yamaha motorcycles in Malawi.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 17/01/2024

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