||ED has filed a Prosecution Complaint before the Hon’ble Special Judge (CBI-1) –cum-Special Judge (PMLA), Bhubaneswar on 25.03.2022 in the case of Zeyarat Ali under PMLA, 2002.
||ED has filed Prosecution Complaint against accused namely Basanta Kumar Behera, Ex-RTO, Dhenkanal, Odisha in money laundering case pertaining to disproportionate assets possessed by him before the Court of Ld. Special Judge (CBI-I) –cum- Special Court (PMLA), Bhubaneswar on 25.03.2022 and the Hon’ble Court has taken cognizance of the offence of Money Laundering on 20.04.2022.
||ED has provisionally attached assets worth Rs. 29.83 lakh in connection with a PMLA case registered against Abhay Kant Pathak, Ex-IFS, the then Addl. Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Addl. P.C.C.F.), Plan, Programme and Afforestation, O/o P.C.C.F., Aranya Bhawan, Government of Odisha for possessing assets disproportionate to his known source of income.
||ED has provisionally attached assets worth Rs. 79.23 lakh belonging to Umesh Aggarwal and others, under PMLA, 2002 in a Forest Police case against Umesh Aggarwal and others.
||ED has provisionally attached assets worth Rs. 6.17 Crore lying in various accounts/merchant IDs held in the name of various fintech companies/associated persons maintained with various banks/payment gateways, under PMLA, 2002 in Mobile App loan fraud case.
||ED has provisionally attached assets worth Rs 1.28 Crore belonging to Upendra Nath Mandal, former Senior Manager, MECON Limited and his wife Supriti Mandal in a case of criminal misconduct by a public servant.
||ED has provisionally attached assets worth Rs 8.67 Crore in the form of a residential apartment in Pune and balance lying in bank account of Tabut Inam Endowment Trust in the case of Imtiyaz Mohd. Hussain Shaikh & others.
||ED has arrested Satish Kumar (the then commandment, 36- Battalion, BSF) in a money laundering case related to cattle smuggling at Indo-Bangladesh International Border.
||ED has provisionally assets worth Rs. 65.67 Crore belonging to Ghosh Brothers Group of Companies and its Promoters/Directors, under PMLA, 2002 in a bank cheating case.
||The Hon’ble XII Addl. Spl. Court for CBI cases has convicted Mohd. Riyaz for the offence under PMLA, 2002, in a cheating case and has sentenced him to Rigorous Imprisonment (RI) for 3 years and 3 months and pay a fine of Rs. 6 lakhs in default to undergo RI for additional 2 months.