New Delhi- The Enforcement Directorate has summoned Nationwide Convention (NC) president Farooq Abdullah on Thursday for questioning in a cash laundering case, official sources stated on Wednesday.
The 86-year-old politician is known to have been known as in reference to the federal company’s investigation into alleged irregularities within the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Affiliation (JKCA).
The MP from Srinagar Lok Sabha seat was charge-sheeted by Enforcement Directorate (ED) within the case in 2022.
The case pertains to siphoning off the funds of the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Affiliation by means of switch to varied private financial institution accounts of unrelated events, together with these of JKCA workplace bearers, and by means of unexplained money withdrawals from JKCA financial institution accounts, the ED had stated.
The company’s case is predicated on a 2018 charge-sheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in opposition to the identical accused.
The summons have requested Abdullah, a former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, to depose on the ED workplace in Srinagar.
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