Kedar, a former Congress and currently Independent MLA, is allegedly involved in infamous G-Secs scam and is facing charges.
In 2014, the Nagpur bench of the Bombay High Court had issued notice to former Nagpur District Central Cooperative Bank (NDCCB) chairman and MLA Sunil Kedar and then general manager Ashok Choudhary on a plea by depositors seeking recovery of dues totaling Rs 156 crore from them. Kedar, a former Congress and currently Independent MLA, and Chaudhary are allegedly involved in infamous government securities (G-Secs) scam and are facing charges.
In 2019, the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court had issued a contempt notice to the court of chief judicial magistrate (CJM). However, the court has still not given a final judgement on the case, making this claim partly true.