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The founders of this company have personal experience in manufacturing, repairing and servicing of machines since 1990. In the beginning we started our company at small scale & named it "Shivraj Enterprises". We established this company in 1999 at Indapur in Pune district of Maharashtra in India.

In the beginning our company manufactured Automatic Centrifugal Dressing Machine, Elevator Machine, Screw Conveyor Machine and other machines according to customer requirements. Our Company manufactures high quality machineries used for processing cereals, food grains, spices, etc. We changed the name of the company to "Shivraj Agro Industries" from Shivraj Enterprises in 2008 which suited better since our company is agro based. Today our company is famous as "Shivraj Agro Industries".

We manufacture best quality machines and spare parts using new engineering techniques. Besides manufacturing quality machines, we deliver best service. Our machines have low maintenance cost, consume less electricity since they are manufactured using latest engineering technologies which proves to be very advantageous to our customers. Even though we get huge number of orders, we make it sure that every order is completed on time. Our great effort and good service is helping us expand at large scale. We have skilled workers in our company and our company tries to provide best quality machines using new technologies.

Atta mill plant machine has been running since 2016. Our business is in good progess and machine is well-Organized and the products that comes out of it are very good. Machines suppliers also maintain various machines.

Spices pulveriser machine. We are used this machine since 2017. The maintaice of the machine is 0%. All spice powder is fine. We are getting 100 kg to 150 kg machines's capacity. Getting the service of machine on time.

Plant has been running since 2017. All kind of products properly prepared in the machine. The maintance of machine is very low. Our business doing very well because of machine. the maintane of the machin is arranged by shivraj's workers.

maharashtra dy cm responds over ed's action on sugar mill assets, says will 'surely appeal' for sake of workers

Mumbai: Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Friday responded to the Enforcement Directorate attaching assets of Jarandeshwar Sahkari Sugar Karkhana worth over 65 crores in an alleged money laundering case related to Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank (MSCB).

"Agency has the right to conduct an inquiry. Earlier CID and ACB did an investigation but nothing came out. EoW probe is also underway. Investigation done from all sides but nothing came out," Ajit Pawar said.

ALSO READ | MSCB Scam: ED Attaches Assets Worth Over Rs 65 Cr Of Sugar Mill Linked To Ajit Pawar & WifeOn Thursday it was reported that ED attached properties of Jarandeshwar Sahkari Sugar Karkhana situated at Chimangaon, Koregaon, Satara, Maharashtra worth Rs. 65,75,00,000 under the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering, 2002 in a case related to Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank (MSCB).

The investigations conducted under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) revealed that MSCB conducted an auction of Jarandeshwar SSK in 2010 at an undervalued price and without following due procedure.

Now, reacting to the matter, Deputy CM Ajit Pawar said, "I will surely appeal wherever it is required because many workers' bread and butter is completely based on Jarandeshwar factory. I will be taking advocates' advice and do whatever is needed."

"Everyone knows about the controversy investigated by ED and CBI. If anyone thinks this can break the Maharashtra government, they're wrong. Even if the Army is deployed, nothing will change": Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had said about the action by ED.

This comes while former state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh is also being investigated by ED in connection with a separate alleged money laundering case. Last month, 10 bar owners in Mumbai had talked about giving Rs 4 crore to Anil Deshmukh. The information related to the transactions reached ED.

This is pertaining to the allegations by Param Bir Singh who had claimed that Deshmukh asked police officers to collect money from restaurants and bar owners in Mumbai. In his letter, he had also mentioned that former assistant inspector Sachin Vaze and ACP Sanjay Patil were given a target to collect Rs 100 crores a month.

As for the MSCB scam case, it is alleged that the SSK was used as a vehicle by Jarandeshwar Sugar Mills for obtaining the loan to the tune of Rs 700 crore (approximately) from Pune District Central Co-operative Bank during the period from 2010 till date.