SRINAGAR: Nationwide Convention president Farooq Abdullah seemed ahead of the enforcement directorate on Wednesday, 2nd time this week, for wondering in reference to a cash laundering probe into an alleged multi-crore rip-off within the Jammu and Kashmir cricket affiliation (JKCA).
The 82-year-old former leader minister of Jammu and Kashmir was once puzzled for over six hours on October 19 within the case.
After the wondering on Monday, Abdullah had stated he was once no longer fearful and would cooperate within the probe.
The ultimate spherical of wondering came about 4 days after Jammu and Kashmir’s mainstream political events, together with the NC and the PDP, met at Abdullah’s place of dwelling and shaped the Other folks’s Alliance for ‘Gupkar Declaration’.
ED officers stated Abdullah’s remark shall be recorded beneath the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA) as prior to now. He was once puzzled for the primary time in July ultimate yr in Chandigarh.
The ED is known to be wondering Abdullah about his position and choices taken when the alleged fraud came about within the affiliation when he was once the JKCA president.
The company’s case is in response to an FIR filed by way of the CBI, which booked former JKCA office-bearers, together with normal secretary Mohammed Saleem Khan and previous treasurer Ahsan Ahmad Mirza.
The CBI had additionally filed a chargesheet in 2018 in opposition to Abdullah, Khan, Mirza in addition to former JKCA treasurer Mir Manzoor Gazanffer Ali and previous accountants Bashir Ahmad Misgar and Gulzar Ahmad Beigh for the “misappropriation of JKCA price range amounting to Rs 43.69 crore” from grants given by way of the board of keep an eye on for cricket in India (BCCI) to advertise the game within the erstwhile state between 2002 and 2011.