In the latest bit of difficulty for Sun Pharma, India’s securities regulator reportedly disclosed plans to investigate allegations of insider trading and other irregularities involving fundraising overseas for one of India’s largest pharmaceutical companies.

The move by the Securities and Exchange Board of India follows a 150-page letter sent by a whistleblower to the regulator and local media, placing the drug maker under unusual scrutiny, given that an insider trading case was settled last year. The new probe was confirmed by SEBI chairman Ajay Tyag following a regularly scheduled agency meeting, according to The Times of India.

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