Cbi Case: Cbi Registers Case Against Lakshadweep Mp In ‘tuna Fish’ Export Case, Raids At Six Places Cbi News In Hindi
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The CBI has registered a case against Lakshadweep MP Mohammad Faisal, his nephew and others in corruption and irregularities cases. According to reports, this case of malpractice is related to export of ‘tuna fish’ to a Sri Lankan company. In this case, raids are being conducted at six locations of the accused in Delhi, Calicut and Lakshadweep.
On the other hand, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken action under FEMA to attach immovable assets worth Rs 17.34 crore of KK Mohammad Haris of Mukka Group of Companies in Karnataka.
According to news agency ANI, Mohammad Haris was accused of acquiring immovable property, business entities while carrying out foreign exchange transactions outside India in violation of the provisions of FEMA.
At the same time, according to reports coming from the Income Tax Department, on July 6, raids were conducted at the premises of two business groups in Tamil Nadu, which are involved in the business of civil contracts, real estate and advertising.
So far, the group has disclosed undisclosed income of Rs 500 crore in this case.