The West Bengal state capital of Kolkata has witnessed activity from the Enforcement Directorate once more. The ED conducted raids throughout Kolkata city today (Saturday). After the ED was split up into fragments, they began conducting raids throughout the city. The ED has collected more than Rs 7 crore in cash as a result of this operation.
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Over 7 crore cash recovered
The evidence indicates that ED agents searched the home of transport merchant Aamir Khan in the Garden Reach neighborhood. Under the cot, ED officers discovered many bundles of Rs. 500 and Rs. 2000 packaged in plastic. A bundle of seven crore notes has been found under the cot, according to information received so far.
Fraud involving a mobile gaming app
According to reports, ED took significant action in the fraud case involving the Yeh Red Mobile Gaming App. In raids at 6 locations in Kolkata, the ED has retrieved more than 7 crores in cash. The ED conducted raids in New Town, Ekbellor, Park Street, and Garden Reach, among other locations.
Minister Malay Ghatak’s offices were the target of a raid
Importantly, the CBI recently conducted searches and raids at several of West Bengal Law Minister Malay Ghatak’s homes in Asansol and Kolkata in connection with the multi-crore coal smuggling scandal. The ED had also repeatedly summoned Ghatak for questioning in the coal scandal at the same time.