ED attaches assets worth Rs 165.86 crore owned key accused in illegal coal mining case

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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has provisionally attached immovable assets to the tune of Rs 165.86 crore owned by Anup Majee who is accused successful amerciable ember mining case.  

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has provisionally attached immovable assets to the tune of Rs 165.86 crore owned by Anup Majee who is accused successful amerciable ember mining case.

These assets see land, mill premises, works and machinery and different assets of 2 companies namely M/s Ispat Damodar Private Limited and M/s Sonic Thermal Private Limited.

The manufacturing plants of these companies are situated successful Purulia and Bankura, West Bengal.

ED initiated an probe connected the ground of the FIR registered by CBI. Money laundering probe revealed that Anup Majee had transferred Proceeds of Crime (POC) to the tune of Rs 67.80 crore to some the said companies successful the guise of stock acquisition of these companies for acquiring the plants and assets of these companies. 

Additionally, POC to the tune of Rs 98.06 crore was besides transferred to some companies.

The full transportation amounts to Rs 165.86 crore, which had been layered done a maze of ammunition companies and generated from amerciable ember mining.         

In this case, 2 persons namely Vikas Mishra & Ashok Mishra person been arrested by ED connected 16.03.21 and 03.04.21 respectively for their relation successful laundering the proceeds generated from the amerciable ember mining.

Vikas Mishra is successful judicial custody and Ashok Mishra is successful ED custody till April 7, 2021.

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