CBI Search AAP MLA 40 Chlore Scam Property in Punjab
The Central Investigation Bureau today conducted an investigation into a bank fraud case of Rs 4 billion on the premises of the Punjab Aam Aadmi Party MLA Jaswant Singh Gajan Majura. In Sangrur, Punjab, three Sangrur facilities were searched, including his residence.
During a search conducted after the FIR was filed at the Bank of India on suspicion of a loan fraud of Rs 40.92, the CBI used the enclosed Aadhar card to use 94 blank checks with signatures of various persons. Is understood to have been recovered. Source.
CBI spokesperson RC Joshi said, “Cash worth 16.57 rupees, about 88 foreign currency bills, some property documents, some bank accounts, and other criminal documents were found and recovered during the search. “. According to officials, the CBI has filed a proceeding from the Indian bank Ludhiana against Tara Corporation Limited (renamed Marauda Glo Limited), which is based in Marel Kotra’s Ganspra. He also nominated several individuals, including directors of the company at the time, guarantors of private companies, other private companies, and “unknown civil servants / citizens.” Amargarh MLA is on the list because he was a board member and guarantor of the company at the time.
“Today, the Central Investigation Bureau is conducting an ongoing investigation into a bank fraud case at three locations, including Marel Kotra (Punjab) on the accused’s premises, including a private company and a director / guarantor, at 16.57 rupees. Cash (about), about 88 foreign currency bills, some property documents, some bank accounts, and other criminal documents were found and recovered during the search, “said a media release from the Central Investigation Bureau.
They said Shin’s brothers Balwantoshin and Kurwantoshin, nephew Tejindashin, and all directors and guarantors were also booked.