More shabby details about Star Flake emerges

published on July 9, 2013

In Response to BJP leader Surendran’s exposure on links of Kerala Chief Minister Umman Chandy’s son with a Solar company named Star Flake( Janam TV report , Republished in HK -″></A>&nbsp

) , One HK reader named Thomas have unearthed more details about this shabby company named Star Flake. Following is the alert forwarded by Thomas. (HK haven’t cross verified the authenticity of the facts ——————————————————————————————-
Just some facts about this US company named Starflake Inc. – Thomas

This company is owned by a gentleman named Sajan Varghese who of course hails from Kottayam. This company has hardly any real business other than a registered office. Most probably a front company for foreign name/address tag to impress people. But they are in no way competent enough to provide any kind of technical advisory on solar energy.

Actually, he runs a delivery truck business, the company name is Samoco Inc. The address for both of these companies are same. They also claim to have a lot of other things in their group, but a cursory look at their website indicates that it is all big talk.

Some of his websites are as follows:

I am not sure of his connections with Chief Minister Family, but he is also the IT coordinator for Indian National Overseas Congress Kerala Chapter at Pennisylvania. So it looks like pretty convoluted altogether.

Best of all

INOC Kerala Chapter – Pennsylvania was inaugurated on June 9th 2012, by Hon. Kodikunnil Suresh MP (AICC Secretary).

Also, probably need to check this so called Samoco group has been doing anything else in Kerala based an American address 🙂

I am sure rest the public can figure out 🙂

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