During a raid on Amir Khan’s house, a large amount of rupees was recovered by stuffing 200-500 and 2000 notes in the trunk.

Large amount of Rs 200-500 and 2000 notes recovered during a raid on the house of Amir Khan ED who raided Aamir Khan’s house, recovered Rs 200-500 and 2000 notes in suitcase 5 200-500 and 2000 notes in suitcase Filled Enforcement Directorate ( ED) officials raided and recovered a huge amount. This action was taken at the home of a businessman Aamir Khan in Kolkata. More than Rs 17 crore cash was recovered from the house in the raids. There were 10 box mills in the house, 200-500 and 2000 notes were put in 5 boxes. This raid was made on Aamir Khan’s house in Garden Reach. The raids started Saturday morning. Cash counting continued until late at night. The ED team was accompanied by bank officials and central forces.

Against Aamir Khan and others on the basis of a complaint filed in the court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate

The raid was carried out under the provisions of the Money Laundering Prevention Act. On February 15 last year, a case was registered at Park Street Police Station in Kolkata against Aamir Khan and others based on a complaint filed by Federal Bank officials in the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate’s Court.

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During a raid on Amir Khan’s house, a large amount of rupees was recovered by stuffing 200-500 and 2000 notes in the trunk.

Raids on the house of Aamir Khan

The ED conducted these raids on September 10 under the provisions of the Money Laundering Prevention Act (PMLA), 2002, in connection with the ongoing investigation regarding mobile gambling applications. Chief Metropolitan by Federal Bank officials Based on a complaint filed with a magistrate, an FIR was registered against Aamir Khan and several others at the Park Street police station in Kolkata on February 15 last year.

During a raid on Amir Khan’s house, a large amount of rupees was recovered by stuffing 200-500 and 2000 notes in the trunk.

Cheating was done through a game application

The research firm said: “Aamir Khan launched a mobile gaming application called e-nuggets. For this app, users were rewarded with commission and then cash was sent to their wallets. Once users were assured that they could earn more money with this game application, they started investing money.

During a raid on Amir Khan’s house, a large amount of rupees was recovered by stuffing 200-500 and 2000 notes in the trunk.

make money by cheating people

The research firm said that after collecting a significant amount through the mobile gaming app after the users invested money, the withdrawals from the app were suddenly stopped, on the pretext of not upgrading the system. This is also being investigated by the authorities. After this, all data including all information from the profile has been removed from the app server. Then the users understood the trick. Earlier on Saturday, the central agency had carried out a search of six places in Kolkata in connection with the investigation regarding the mobile gaming application. The ED said that during the search, it was noted that the entities involved in the case were using fake accounts and had made millions of rupees by defrauding the users.