Subject: Declaration of BKG Stock & Share Broking Services (P) Ltd. as Defaulter



To All Trading Members of the Exchange,



  1. The Trading Members of the Exchange are hereby informed that the Exchange has declared BKG Stock & Share Broking Services (P) Ltd. (Clearing Code No.- 176) having SEBI Registration No. INB030950130, a Corporate Trading Member of the Exchange, a defaulter, with effect from 14.05.2013 under the Byelaws of the Exchange and pursuant to the letter Ref: 13-14/ISE/109/SP dated 10.05.2013 received from Inter-Connected Stock Exchange Of India Limited to comply with the requirements specified vide Circular No. F.No. 1/26/SE/91 dated 12th August, 1991 issued by the Ministry of Finance (Department of Economic Affairs), Government of India and the Circular No.SMD/Policy/Cir-24/97 dated 26th September, 1997 issued by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in that respect.
  2. The details of the Corporate Member is given below:


Sl. No.

Name of the Member

Name of the Director


BKG Stock & Share Broking Services (P) Ltd..

Bimal Kumar Ghosh (Qualifying Director)

Mrinal Kanti Saha  (Qualifying Director)

Gopal Ghosh (Additional Director)


  1. The Trading Members/ Investors who have any outstanding claims against BKG Stock & Share Broking Services (P) Ltd (Clearing Code No.- 176), are advised to file their complaints/Arbitration reference/s with the Exchange, if they so desire, by 16.11.2013 after which no claim shall be entertained by the Exchange.


  1. The Trading Members/Investors who have already obtained in their favour, Arbitration Awards which have not been complied so far, are advised to submit to the Exchange their claims with the original Arbitration Awards on or before 16.11.2013, after which no such award shall be entertained by the Exchange.


  1. In case of objections, if any, arising in future against BKG Stock & Share Broking Services (P) Ltd. for the shares received by the Trading Members/ Investors under objections, they are advised to settle their claims through Arbitration mechanism at the Exchange and file awards, if they are in their favour, as well as the relevant original Share Certificates and Transfer Deeds with the Exchange within six months from the date of Objection Memos of the Company (which returned the shares under objection.). Claims, which are not submitted in the manner and /or within the stipulated period as stated in this paragraph, shall not be entertained by the Exchange.



 Sripriya Senthilkumar