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ED attaches Rs 10-cr assets in Surat hawala scam case



New Delhi, Jan 17 () Assets worth about Rs 10 crore of a Mumbai-based businessman have been attached in connection with the multi-crore hawala and money laundering case of Surat in Gujarat, the ED said on Friday.
It said a housing complex named ‘Rasool Manzil’ and land, two flats (each measuring 480 sq feets) in Maharashtra’s capital city and a plot of land located in Godsai village in Raigad district of businessman Abdul Karim Jaka have been provisionally attached under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
The total value of the attached properties is Rs 9.50 crore.
The case pertains to over Rs 5,395 crore hawala funds being sent as alleged illegal outward remittances on the basis of import documents or fake bills of entry through an ICICI Bank branch in Surat.
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