Brooge Energy Limited

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The lawsuit alleges that throughout the Class Period, the defendants made false and/or misleading statements or failed to disclose several key facts: (1) Brooge exaggerated its revenues by falsely claiming to have received revenues from BIA and another fictitious customer; (2) Brooge engaged in a convoluted scheme of payments with BIA to create the appearance of revenue from BIA and another customer who were unaware of the fraud; (3) Brooge deliberately misled its auditors and the Securities and Exchange Commission about its fraudulent activities; (4) Brooge lacked sufficient internal controls; and (5) consequently, the defendants’ statements regarding Brooge’s business, operations, and prospects were materially false and misleading or lacked reasonable substantiation throughout the relevant period. The lawsuit contends that when the true details were revealed, investors incurred damages.