ED has attached property of Pawan Kumar Sharma in bank fraud case
ED has attached property of Pawan Kumar Sharma in bank fraud case

In a bank fraud case, the Enforcement Directorate has temporarily attached two immovable properties valued at Rs 2.15 crore that belong to businessman Pawan Kumar Sharma by the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002.

The action was carried out on Wednesday. The attached properties are located in Delhi and are made up of residential and commercial structures registered in the name of Pawan Kumar Sharma, who acts as M/s Govinda International’s controller, manager, loan guarantor, and ultimate beneficial owner.

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