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ED attached assets worth Rs 3.68 crore in Delhi, fraud case was registered against AIIMS employee

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday mentioned it has seized immovable properties and financial institution deposits value Rs 3.68 crore as a part of a cash laundering probe. The investigating company has taken this motion within the alleged fraud case of the Ophthalmology Middle of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) situated in Delhi throughout the Corona epidemic. The ED has taken this motion on the premise of an FIR registered by Delhi Police in September 2021 towards AIIMS worker Bijendra Kumar and others.

Cost made with out provide of products

The criticism filed with the police states that throughout the outbreak of the corona virus epidemic, cost was made to an organization named Sneh Enterprises with out supplying the products to the Dr. Rajendra Prasad Middle (RPC) for Ophthalmology of AIIMS. The ED, in a press release, alleged that Bijendra Kumar was working as a junior administrative assistant within the ophthalmology unit of AIIMS and had fraudulently colluded with a program assistant (contractual) of Dr Atul Kumar (then chief of AIIMS, RPC). Ready indents for items and positioned pretend provide orders in favor of Sneh Enterprises. He mentioned that Sneh Rani, the proprietor of Sneh Enterprises, despatched the fraudulent quantity obtained from AIIMS to her different checking account and made funds to numerous events.

Belongings value Rs 30 crore hooked up to former MD of Assam Cooperative Financial institution

Concurrently, the Enforcement Directorate hooked up belongings value over Rs 30 crore of a former managing director of the Assam-based Industrial Cooperative Financial institution Restricted (ICBL) as a part of its probe into one other cash laundering case. Motion has been taken towards Shubhra Jyoti Bharali, who was arrested by the company in June in reference to the monetary fraud with the financial institution and a provisional order for attachment of properties has been issued below the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA).

Arpita Mukherjee, a detailed aide of Partha Chatterjee, was interrogated by ED officers in jail, cash deposited within the accounts below the guise of wage and touring allowance

Based on a press release issued by the ED, it consists of 87,70,000 shares of Shashi Kumar Tea Firm Personal Restricted (SKTCPL) and a tea backyard at Goalpara, Simlitola and agricultural land at Rani, Kamrup (Rural) owned by the corporate. Consists of immovable properties, the overall worth of which is Rs 30.5 crore. The probe company mentioned that within the guise of wage, incentives and touring allowance, large quantities had been deposited within the accounts maintained within the title of ICBL’s cost collectors and area officers. All these accounts had been operated by Bharali. Within the case of cash laundering, this investigation was accomplished on the premise of the FIR of Guwahati Police (Panbazar Police Station), which was registered towards Bharali for monetary misappropriation of financial institution funds.

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