New York City-based audio electronics producer Bajaj Electronics Products is facing accusations of fraud after allegedly receiving a $30,000 payment to a company in Pakistan that makes the audio recording equipment used by the U.S. military to conduct aerial surveillance.
The New York State Attorney General’s office announced on Tuesday that it was launching a civil fraud investigation into the company.
In a statement, Bajaji said it had not received any notice of the investigation.
“We will continue to cooperate fully with the investigation,” the company said.
The company said in a statement on Wednesday that it is cooperating with the inquiry.
“As the world’s leading supplier of digital audio equipment and related products, Bajaaj Electronics is committed to the highest ethical standards and will fully cooperate with the authorities, B Majaj said in the statement.
The statement said Bajaja Electronics had no knowledge of the payments or the payments to the Pakistani company.
Bajaj’s statement said that while Bajaija does not have any direct involvement with U.A.E., it was aware of the situation and “was fully cooperating” with the investigations.
The investigation is ongoing, according to a Bajani spokesperson.
Bajaaj said the payments were to a Pakistani company, and that Bajaaj would cooperate fully in the investigation, according the statement posted on Bajaei’s website.
A spokesperson for the U.,S.
Department of Justice told Med News that the Justice Department has been working closely with the New York Attorney General to ensure that the allegations against Bajama Electronics are fully investigated.