Showing posts with label Enforcement Directorate. Show all posts
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Friday, 28 April 2017

ED registers tax evasion case in Narada sting case

Kolkata: In greater humiliation for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Enforcement Directorate has enlisted illegal tax avoidance case in Narada sting case, professedly including Trinamool Congress pioneers.

EC's activity comes after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a week ago recorded a FIR against 13 individuals, including senior TMC pioneers who were purportedly observed taking cash, in the Narada case.

The Calcutta High Court had requested the CBI to direct a preparatory investigation into the matter. The request was tested by the West Bengal government in the Supreme Court, which declined to give alleviation on March 17 and gave the CBI one month to close the preparatory test and record a FIR, if required.

The Narada discussion ejected in race bound West Bengal in March a year ago when Narada News gateway transferred video film purportedly demonstrating the Trinamool pioneers getting cash in return of favors to an invented organization.

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Bhola drug case: ED attaches properties of ex-Akali minister, former MLA, 11 others

Chandigarh: The Enforcement Directorate on Monday joined properties worth Rs 61.62 crore having a place with 13 individuals in the multi-crore medicate racket case.

The office requested temporary connection of ardent property worth Rs 14.75 lakh of previous Akali serve Sarwan Singh Phillaur. He was the Jails Minister in the past Shiromani Akali Dal-BJP government.

Additionally, resolute property of his child Damanvir Singh Phillaur, worth Rs 4.72 crore, was likewise connected by the ED.

Outstandingly, Phillaur had surrendered as tourism and prisons serve in April 2014 after his child Damanvir Singh's name sprung up in the Bhola sedate case.

Aside from the father-child pair, the office joined the property of previous Akali MLA and Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) Avinash Chander to the tune of Rs 55.45 lakh.  Read more:- Mobile Number Database Provider

"ED Jalandhar zone is researching drug racket instance of Jagdish Bhola and others under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002. Examination uncovered that returns of wrongdoing got from money rich medication business has been laundered in versatile and relentless properties. The ED has issued temporary connection arrange on March 31 for joining portable/resolute properties worth Rs 61,61,88,590," it said.

Source:- Zeenews

In country-wide crackdown, ED arrests two, attaches Rs 100 crore properties

New Delhi: Continuing its crackdown on shell organizations and illegal tax avoidance, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday captured two individuals and joined properties worth over Rs 100 crore in numerous areas the nation over.

The organization additionally joined resources worth Rs 5 crore regarding the illegal tax avoidance body of evidence against Surat-based "hawala administrator" Afroz Fatta and his partners.

Illuminating about the twin captures, an ED official disclosed to IANS that Reddy had drifted more than 20 shell organizations and got credits through questionable means.

A designing graduate from Bengaluru, Reddy swindled United Bank of India of Rs 70 crore by "submitting manufactured or fake reports and by pantomime".

Confronting three cases under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), he was sent to two days` ED care by a Bengaluru court.  Read more:- Mobile Number Database Provider

The second blamed Liakath Ali - caught from Chennai - was included in bamboozling Indian Bank, Thousand Lights Branch, Chennai, utilizing eight shell organizations and dispatched $11,778,120 (Rs 78 crore) out of India, against manufactured Bill of Entries without affecting any real imports, said the authority.

Source:- Zeenews