Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was at this time questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) within the J&Ok Bank cash laundering case.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had earlier booked former J&Ok Bank Chairman Mushtaq Ahmad Shaikh and others for alleged irregularities in sanctioning of loans and investments.
Taking cognisance of CBI’s FIR, ED has initiated a Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) probe.
CBI in 2021 had registered a case in opposition to the then administration of J&Ok Bank for getting a property from M/s Akruti Gold Builders in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla in 2010 allegedly at an exorbitant charge of Rs 180 crore in “blatant disregard to the tendering process under a well-knit conspiracy.”
Mr Abdullah’s celebration, the Jammu Kashmir National Conference (JKNC), has slammed the Centre, accusing it of utilizing central companies for political functions.
JKNC Vice President Omar Abdullah was known as by the ED to Delhi to seem earlier than it at this time on the grounds that his attendance was mandatory in reference to an investigation. Even although this train is political in nature he’ll cooperate as there is no such thing as a wrongdoing on his half pic.twitter.com/ixYFgnWlHS
— JKNC (@JKNC_) April 7, 2022
“We have no doubt that this fishing expedition will yield no concrete results to the BJP and the people will give a ringing endorsement to the national conference as and when required,” the celebration mentioned on Twitter.