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Nw: Unitech founder Ramesh Chandra, daughter-in-regulations held by ED in cash-laundering case

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The Enforcement Directorate on Monday arrested

founder Ramesh Chandra, his daughter-in-regulations Preeti Chandra and an government of a firm in connection with a cash-laundering probe against the teach property neighborhood and its promoters, officials acknowledged.

They acknowledged the three were taken into custody beneath the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) within the case against Ramesh Chandra’s sons — Sanjay Chandra and Ajay Chandra.

Preeti Chandra is the wife of jailed Unitech promoter Sanjay Chandra.

The third to be arrested on Monday turned into once Rajesh Malik, an government of Carnoustie Administration (India) Pvt which is allegedly linked to the case, officials acknowledged.

The total three — Ramesh Chandra, Preeti Chandra and Rajesh Malik — will most likely be produced earlier than a court on Tuesday by the Enforcement Directorate seeking their custody.

The Chandra brothers, accused of siphoning home traders’ cash, are lodged in Taloja detention middle in Mumbai after the Supreme Court docket directed that they be transferred from Tihar. The SC gave the directions after the ED claimed that the brothers were conducting trade from in all places in the Tihar detention middle by conniving with the detention middle crew.

The ED’s cash laundering case is in conserving with a series of Delhi Police Financial Offenses Soar and CBI FIRs filed by homebuyers against the Unitech Neighborhood and its promoters.

The ED filed a felony case assorted sections of the PMLA earlier this year against the Unitech Neighborhood and its promoters over that the house owners — Sanjay Chandra and Ajay Chandra — illegally diverted over Rs 2,000 crore to Cyprus and the Cayman Islands.

It had additionally applied raids in this case on March 4 at 35 areas of the Shivalik Neighborhood, Trikar Neighborhood, Unitech Neighborhood and Carnoustie Neighborhood in Mumbai and the national capital plight.

The ED had acknowledged that the total proceeds of crime detected in this case stands at Rs 7,638.43 crore and it has attached properties value Rs 672.52 crore till now as part of this investigation.

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