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ED attaches assets worth ₹45.20 crore linked to former NSG Deputy Commandant

The Enforcement Directorate has attached 52 movable and immovable properties worth ₹45.20 crore related to a former deputy commandant with the National Security Guard (NSG) and his family members in connection with an alleged fraud case.

The accused has been identified as Parveen Yadav. The agency said its probe is based on five First Information Reports (FIRs) registered by the Gurugram Police against him, Dinesh Mohan Sorkhi, Kamal Singh, Mamta Yadav, Koshia Enterprises Private Limited, Rituraj Yadav, Naveen Khatodia, Axis Bank and unknown persons.

According to the ED, Mr. Yadav had opened a forged bank account in the name of “Earnest Money Deposit” (EMD) for Central Warehouse NSG in Manesar, with Axis Bank in Gurugram and had given forged documents to all the complainants projecting them as those issued by the NSG for the upcoming tenders for various works on the NSG campus.

Through various accounts, including the one in the name of EMD, Mr. Yadav allegedly received money fraudulently from the complainants and cheated them. The funds so collected were laundered, invested in the trading accounts or used for making payments for the purchase of movable and immovable properties with the help of Mamta Yadav, Rituraj Yadav, Naveen and Dinesh Kumar.

“It has also been revealed that the accused diverted the funds to purchase land and luxury cars,” said the agency.

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