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ED attaches 55 assets worth Rs 5.32 crore in Madhya Pradesh in Jagdamba AMW Automotives Pvt Ltd money laundering case

These properties are in the form of the land (agricultural, commercial, and residential), vehicle showroom/dealership, residential house and cars.

ED attaches 55 assets worth Rs 5.32 crore in Madhya Pradesh in Jagdamba AMW Automotives Pvt Ltd money laundering case
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NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached 55 movable and immovable properties worth Rs 5.32 crore in Madhya Pradesh in the case of Jagdamba AMW Automotives Pvt Ltd (JAAPL), the agency said on Tuesday.

These properties are in the form of the land (agricultural, commercial, and residential), vehicle showroom/dealership, residential house and cars, at Jabalpur, Bandhavgarh (Umaria), Rewa, Shahdol, Sleemanabad (Katni) in Madhya Pradesh.

ED's Bhopal unit attached these properties under the provisions of Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002 in the case of JAAPL in which the agency initiated investigation on the basis of First Information Report and chargesheet filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation against Krishan Dutt Dubey, the then Manager at Canara Bank, SME Branch, Jabalpur, Jagdamba AMW Automotives Pvt Ltd, its Directors Pushpendra Singh, Yogendra Pratap Singh, Shailendra Singh and Pratima Singh and its employees- Sachin Urmalia and Rahul Garg under various section of Indian Penal Code,1860 and Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.

ED investigation revealed that JAAPL through its director and prime accused Pushpendra Singh in connivance with others fraudulently availed 50 vehicle loans, did not deliver the vehicles and caused wrongful loss of Rs 14.93 Crore to Canara Bank.

"The loan amounts were acquired by Pushpendra Singh and further diverted to his personal accounts, accounts of his family members and utilised for repayment of other liabilities and dues. Pushpendra Singh has diverted the loan proceeds and infused them into his other business like the liquor business. The total proceeds of crime, including the one generated from the business where initial proceeds were infused, stands at Rs 18.94 crore," added the agency.

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