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ED Attaches Assets Of Former Assam Public Relation Director In Money Laundering Case

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ED Attaches Assets Of Former Assam Public Relation Director In Money Laundering Case

New Delhi: Enforcement Directorate (ED) provisionally connected belongings price Rs 14.94 crore below the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002 in reference to a case registered towards the then Director of Data and Public Relation within the Assam authorities Ranjit Gogoi, and totally different non-public firms, for misappropriation of cash of the state, the ED stated on Friday.

In an announcement issued by ED, it stated investigation by the federal company has revealed that in connivance with Assam authorities officers and others, totally different firms have been capable of get the “work order” in “Imaginative and prescient Assam Mission Assam Venture” 2016 (VAMA, 2016), although they didn’t have the required prequalification and misused the proceeds of crime acquired by them.

The overall Proceeds of Crime (PoC) recognized within the case until now’s Rs 20.48 crores. On this matter, ED has earlier connected POC price Rs 5.54 crore. Thus, whole POC connected thus far on this matter is Rs 20.48 crore.

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It’s to be famous that the Enforcement Directorate had filed a cash laundering case towards the accused based mostly on an October 2017 FIR of the Chief Minister Vigilance Cell, a police unit immediately below the supervision of the Assam chief minister which charged them with “misappropriation” of presidency funds.

The ED on Friday additionally connected eight immovable properties price Rs 6.69 crore in a mortgage fraud case that contain Magnum Steels and its companions.

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The properties, positioned in Mumbai, Panvel, Pune, Raigad and Ratnagiri, belonged to Kunal Gandhi, a companion of Magnum Steels, and his members of the family.

The ED probe revealed that Kunal Gandhi and Kishore Gandhi, companions of Magnum Steels, as an alternative of repaying the excellent mortgage quantity, diverted the cash by means of varied accounts of their associates’ entity to accumulate three immovable belongings.


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