ED affixes assets worth Rs 3.94 cr of Odisha officer pair in cash laundering case
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) provisionally attached assets worth Rs 3.94 crore under the Avoidance of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002 in link to a case signed up against a bureaucrat pair in Odisha.An Odisha Financial Service police officer, Nalini Prusty, and also her husband, Bijaya Ketan Sahoo, an Odisha Administrative Solution police officer, as well as others were jailed on costs of collecting “possessions disproportionate to their known income”.
The ED examination revealed that Nalini Prusty and also Bijaya Ketan Sahoo invested their money in acquiring various residential properties as well as bank financial investments in their name and also in the name of Debaki Prusty, Nalini’s mother.The central
probe firm started a money laundering investigation against Nalini Prusty & & others on the basis of a situation submitted under Section 13( 2) checked out with Section 13( 1 )(b) of the Avoidance of Corruption (Change) Act, 2018 signed up at Alertness police station in Cuttack.The situation was filed
on August 30, 2018 for belongings of out of proportion properties worth Rs 5.05 crore.Published at Tue, 15 Mar 2022 17:32:45 -0400