National Herald case: ED says it has attached assets worth Rs 751.9 crore in money laundering probe | India News

NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday mentioned it has hooked up belongings value Rs 751.9 crore in reference to a cash laundering probe in opposition to the Nationwide Herald newspaper, owned by Congress-linked Younger India Restricted.
A provisional order has been issued underneath the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA) in opposition to the newspaper’s writer Related Journals Ltd.(AJL) and its holding firm Younger India, the central probe company mentioned in a press release.

“Investigation revealed that AJL is in possession of proceeds of crime within the type of immovable properties unfold throughout Delhi, Mumbai and Lucknow to the tune of Rs 661.69 crore and Younger India (YI) is in possession of proceeds of crime to the tune of Rs 90.21 crore within the type of funding in fairness shares of AJL,” the ED added.

The company had questioned and recorded the statements of Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, her son Rahul Gandhi and get together president Mallikarjun Kharge on this case.
(With inputs from businesses)

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