Nusrat Jahan, a Trinamool MP from Basirhat, West Bengal, has been called in by the ED in connection with a case of fraud involving lakhs of rupees in the pretext of providing a flat. Next Tuesday, he must appear at the CGO Complex, according to the request.
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According to ED sources, Rakesh Singh, the director of that organization, has also been called in addition to Nusrat. He must also appear in the ED office on Tuesday, September 12.
In the years 2014–2015, Nusrat is suspected of stealing Rs 5.5 lakh from more than 400 senior persons under the pretense of offering them apartments. He was promised an apartment with 1,000 square feet in exchange. But neither the apartment nor his money were returned to him. Nusrat was referred to be the organization’s “sole director” by BJP politician Shankudev Panda.
In this matter, ED representatives have already submitted an Enforcement Matter Information Report (ECIR). The ED has received allegations alleging that the aforementioned corporate organization misled investors by offering them residential apartments at fair prices within four years in exchange for many crores of rupees. They have yet not received the residential apartments, though.