ED Attach Assets Of NCP Leader Nawab Malik Under Prevention Of Money Laundering Act, 2002

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Highlights:

  • The nodal agency mentioned that the attached properties are owned by Solidus Investment Pvt. Ltd and Malik Infrastructure
  • The attached assets involve the Goawala compound property and a commercial unit at Kurla in Mumbai
  • The ED case against the Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik corresponds to the investigation of Dawood

On Wednesday, the Enforcement Directorate affirmed that it has provisionally attached assets of arrested NCP leader Nawab Malik and his family in relation to a money laundering case, concerning Nawab Malik and Haseena Parkar, sister of gangster Dawood Ibrahim under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.

According to reports, the attached assets involve Goawala compound property and a commercial unit at Kurla in Mumbai, a 147-acre agricultural land at Osmanabad in Maharashtra, three flats in Kurla, and two residential flats in Bandra.

The nodal agency mentioned that the attached properties are owned by Solidus Investment Pvt. Ltd and Malik Infrastructure. The investigation agency further added that these two companies are managed by Nawab Malik and his family members.

The ED case against the Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik corresponds to the investigation of Dawood, Iqbal Mirchi, Chhota Shakeel, Parkar and Javed Chikna for hawala transactions connected to money illegally gained through extortion, drug trafficking, sale of real estate in Nagpada and Bhendi Bazaar area of Mumbai, and other unlawful activities.

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