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ED files case against AAP’s Amanatullah Khan in Delhi court for failing to comply with summons

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken legal action against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislator Amanatullah Khan for failing to comply with its summons in relation to the money laundering case involving Delhi Waqf Board irregularities. The court is set to hear the matter on Saturday, following the Delhi High Court’s denial of anticipatory bail to Khan on March 11. The charges relate to Khan’s alleged wrongful appointment as Chairman of the Delhi Waqf Board.

The ED has filed a chargesheet against several individuals, including Zeeshan Haider, his firm Skypower, and others, in connection with the case. The case revolves around a property valued at Rs 36 crore in Okhla allegedly obtained through illicit means, with Khan allegedly facilitating a Rs 8 crore cash transfer. The ED’s investigation considered prior FIRs from the CBI, ACB, and Delhi Police, noting a cash transaction of Rs 27 crore linked to the property purchase attributed to Khan.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) took legal action against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) legislator Amanatullah Khan for non-compliance with its summons regarding a money laundering case tied to Delhi Waqf Board irregularities. The court is scheduled to address the matter soon. The charges stemmed from Khan’s alleged questionable appointment as Chairman of the Delhi Waqf Board.

The ED filed a chargesheet naming individuals such as Zeeshan Haider, his business Skypower, and others, in connection with the case. The case revolves around a property in Okhla valued at Rs 36 crore allegedly acquired through illegal means, with Khan purportedly facilitating an Rs 8 crore cash transfer. The ED’s investigation took into account previous FIRs by the CBI, ACB, and Delhi Police, revealing a cash transaction of Rs 27 crore tied to the property acquisition influenced by Khan.

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