ED’s big action, Laloo’s daughter Misa Bharti farm house sealed

meesa bharti In the money laundering case ED (Enforcement Directorate) today took major action, the daughter of Lalu Yadav and Rajya Sabha MP Misa Bharti has sealed the farmhouse present in Bijasan. This farm house of Misa Bharti has been sealed under the Money Laundering Act.

This is a farmhouse, which currently does not use Misa Bharti. Misa has alleged that Bharti bought this farmhouse with the money received from the fake companies. Her husband, including Misa, is also accused of raising money from bogus companies.

Michelle bought the name of the company when Lalu was the railway minister at the center.

Farm House was bought on Michelle’s name. Lalu Yadav was the Railway Minister at the time when money came through Shell companies in 2008-09. This farm house was bought from the money received through Shell companies.

In July, ED conducted raids on three bases of Misa

In the case of money laundering in July, the ED raided three bases of Misa Bharti. The property which Delhi has attached to the ED, is worth in crores. This form of Misa has remained in House No. 26 Palam. Its owner Misa Bharti and her husband are Shailesh. The price of this farm house papers is 1.41 crores, while the property market is worth Rs 40 crores.

Misa-Shailesh accused of fraudulent black money of Rs 800 crore by fraudulent companies. In this case, Shailesh has been questioned for several hours, so Misa has also called for ED inquiry.

Misa had arrested Rajesh Agrawal, CA, arrested, bail granted

Let’s say that one crore twenty lakh rupees came through shell companies. The ED arrested Misa-Shailesh’s CA Rajesh Agarwal in this case, although on Monday, a Delhi court gave him bail. Special Judge Naresh Kumar Malhotra granted bail to CA Rajesh Agrawal on a personal bond of Rs two lakhs and said that he will not fulfill any purpose by keeping him in custody.

CA opposes bail

Agrawal claimed that he is in judicial custody and he is no longer in need of custodial interrogation. During the hearing, Public Prosecutor Nitish Rana opposed the bail plea saying that the investigation is still going on and it is not the right time to release the accused on bail.

He told the court that the case is in the initial stage and if bail is granted, then the accused can tamper with the evidence. According to the ED, Agarwal is involved in certain transactions involving a firm allegedly related to Misa Bharti, who is suspected of being involved in investigations by theft.

The matter came to light when the ED filed a criminal complaint under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act in February this year.

35 chargesheet against 35 accused

ED has filed a charge sheet against 35 accused, including CA Rajesh Agarwal, businessman brothers Surendra Jain and Virendra Jain and other companies. Agarwal is accused of whitening black money through suspicious transactions with the help of Jain brothers, Surendra Jain and Virendra Jain. ED arrested Jain brothers on March 20 The ED filed its first charge sheet in this case in May. After this Agarwal was arrested on May 22.