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ED heat on the financial transactions of D Brothers

Bhubaneswar:(ONT Bureau)9/3/17:The ED has now turned the heat on the financial transactions of notorious gangster siblings- Sushil and Sushant Dhalsamant, who are now cooling their heels at two different jails in the State since their arrest last year.
Three special teams of ED conducted simultaneous searches at house of the gangster brothers and offices of Tantiya Constructions both in Cuttack and Kolkata today.The raids were part of the ongoing investigation taken up by the ED on the money trail and sources of wealth of the gangster duo who are suspected to have amassed assets to the tune of nearly Rs 100 crores, sources said

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