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ED attaches Rs 6.50 cr worth properties of Ignis Technology Solutions

Bengaluru: ONT Bureau Jan 07, 2017 The Enforcement Directorate, Bangalore Zone, which had registered a case of Money Laundering against Nihar Ranjan Samantara, Director, Ignis Technology Solutions Private Limited after carrying out investigation has attached properties worth Rs. 6.5 crore including a residential building, two residential apartments, a vacant residential site, agricultural lands measuring 8 acres and 37 guntas (all in Bengaluru), Industrial plot allotted by Odisa Industrial Development Corporation under Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002. According to a press release, the said money laundering investigation was initiated based on the Central Bureau of Investigation Charge sheet for cheating the United Bank of India to the tune of Rs 30 crore by fraudulent means in the matter of sanctioning and availing credit facilities. The release said the Money Laundering investigation had revealed the flow of illegal money generated from the said offense and used to acquire the attached properties. “Further investigation in progress,’’ the release said.

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