Srinagar. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a supplementary prosecution grievance towards the then Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah and 4 others for alleged monetary irregularities within the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Affiliation (JKCA). The court docket has issued discover to the accused on this case to seem earlier than the court docket on August 27.
The case pertains to the alleged embezzlement of over Rs 113 crore within the Cricket Affiliation when it was presided over by the President of the Nationwide Convention, Mr. Abdullah. This alleged rip-off got here to the fore in 2012.
An ED spokesperson mentioned the court docket has taken cognizance of the grievance and issued notices to the accused individuals to seem earlier than the court docket on August 27. The supplementary prosecution grievance beneath the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act, 2002 has been filed earlier than the particular PMLA court docket in Srinagar in June.
The ED is probing monetary irregularities towards Abdullah and different JKCA members on this case. The ED has questioned Abdullah a number of instances and the final time he was summoned by the probe company was on May 31. On summoning Abdullah, his celebration alleged that it was linked to the upcoming elections.
The ED’s case relies on an FIR filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) towards Abdullah and former JKCA functionaries associated to misappropriation of funds within the Jammu and Kashmir cricket physique from 2002 to 2012.
The CBI took over the case from the Jammu and Kashmir Police in 2015 on the orders of a division bench of the Jammu and Kashmir Excessive Courtroom. The ED had already connected business and residential properties value round Rs 12 crore of the previous CM.
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