- ED attaches assets of firm owned by Shridhar Patankar, brother-in-law of Maha CM
- ED has attached each immovable and movable properties price greater than Rs 6 crore
- Shridhar Patankar, brother-in-law of Maharashtra CM, is below ED scanner in money laundering case
The Enforecement Directorate (ED) has attached Rs 6.45-crore assets of firm owned by Shridhar Madhav Patankar, the brother-in-law of Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, in money laundering case, officers stated on Tuesday.
As per studies, ED has attached immovable and movable properties price greater than Rs 6 crore, together with residential models in Neelambari challenge in Thane.
In a press release, the Enforcement Directorate stated it has issued a provisional order below the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) to connect 11 residential flats in Neelambari challenge, situated in Thane close to Mumbai, of Shree Saibaba Grihanirmiti Private Limited.
Shridhar Madhav Patankar, the brother of Thackeray’s spouse Rashmi, “owns and controls” Shree Saibaba Grihanirmiti Private Limited, it stated.
The company alleged funds that have been allegedly siphoned off in a money laundering case being investigated towards an organization named Pushpak Bullion have been “parked” in the true property initiatives of Shree Saibaba Grihanirmiti Pvt.
(With inputs from PTI)
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