New Delhi: Fastened deposits value Rs 2.22 crore of an officer of paramilitary drive Assam Rifles have been connected below the anti-money laundering legislation as a part of an alleged disproportionate belongings case probe towards him, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) mentioned on Wednesday.
The officer towards whom motion of provisional attachment of belongings below the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA) has been taken is second-in-command rank Rajdev Singh Yadav posted on the Assam Rifles coaching centre in Dimapur, Nagaland, the company mentioned in an announcement.
The ED booked the officer after taking cognisance of a July 2019 FIR and a chargesheet filed in March final 12 months by the CBI towards him.
The probe discovered, the ED mentioned, that Yadav, whereas functioning as employees officer-II, institution and drawing & disbursing officer (DDO) on the headquarters of the Assam Rifles in Shillong, “made enormous money deposits in his financial institution accounts and bought enormous belongings, which have been disproportionate to his all identified sources of earnings”.
This was performed in the course of the interval between 06.12.2012 and 31.07.2019, it mentioned.
The Assam Rifles is primarily tasked with guarding the unfenced and porous 1,643-km-long Indian entrance with Myanmar and capabilities below the command of the Union dwelling ministry.
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