Kolkata ED Raid : Enforcement Directorate Of course ED Big action has been taken in Kolkata. ED has found a ghabad in businessman Aamir Khan’s house in Kolkata. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has seized cash worth Rs 17 crore from Aamir Khan’s house. This cash was kept in five bags. ED raided businessman Aamir Khan’s Garden Reach residence and seized cash. The raid was conducted on Saturday morning. The raid which started on Saturday morning continued till Saturday night. Counting of money was going on till late on Saturday night.
ED found 10 bags at businessman Aamir Khan’s residence in Kolkata. Five of these bags were filled with Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes. Apart from this, 200 rupee notes were also kept. The ED has taken the action under the Financial Misappropriation Act 2002 (PMLA). A petition was filed by Federal Bank in the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court in this regard. Under this, the first FIR was filed in Kolkata Park Street Police Station on February 15.
ED carried out search operations under the provisions of the PMLA at 6 premises in West Bengal’s Kolkata yesterday, in connection with an investigation relating to the Mobile Gaming Application. During the search, various incriminating documents have been recovered & seized: ED pic.twitter.com/Aww4JjHkma
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Cheating using game apps
According to ED officials, Aamir Khan cheated people using a gaming app. Aamir Khan cheated users using a mobile gaming application called E-Nuggest. Aamir launched the e-Nuggets app. After that, in the beginning, rewards were given by giving commission to the users. Money sent to user’s wallet. After that, users started investing more money in the app as the users’ trust in the app increased. Aamir then cheated the users using this app.
‘Like’ earned crores of rupees
The Enforcement Directorate informed about this and said that a huge amount was collected after users invested money in the mobile gaming app. After that, users were banned from withdrawing money through this app. Withdrawals from the app were suddenly stopped on the pretext of system upgrade, investigation by law enforcement agencies. After this, all data, including information from users’ profiles, was deleted from the app servers. After that, the users understood Aamir’s trick and realized that they had been cheated.
Fraud of billions
Earlier on Saturday, central investigation agencies conducted a search operation at six locations in Kolkata in connection with the investigation related to the mobile gaming application. The ED said that during the investigation drive, it came to light that the entities involved in the case were using fake accounts and duped the users out of crores of rupees.