In a case involving illegal forex trading, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has temporarily attached the assets of an online app called OctaFX, totaling 34.75 crore rupees.
- Wrestlers will not get permission at Jantar Mantar, FIR lodged against wrestlers
- CBI registers case against Rolls-Royce and its officials
- ISRO successfully launched Navigation Satellite NVS-1, this will empower the army
- ‘Adipurush’ second song ‘Ram Siya Ram’ out, released in 5 languages
- Swami Ramdev gave a statement in support of wrestlers, said – Brij Bhushan should be arrested immediately
- First look of Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani released, will come in theaters on this day
- On Karthi’s 46th birthday, the makers of ‘Japan’ released the teaser of the film
According to an official statement released by the agency on Thursday, the ED issued orders for the temporary attachment of bank balances, cryptocurrency, automobiles, gold coins, and cash on Wednesday in accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) requirements.
The Pune police had filed an FIR, which was the basis for the ED’s inquiry. Additionally, on February 10 of this year, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) released a list of unapproved firms and exchange-traded products (ETPs) that included OctaFX.