The National Investigation Agency carried out a major raid at 50 locations across six in connection to Khalistan-Gangster nexus. According to sources, raids were done to nab hawala operators and logistic coordinators of gangsters, who have links with Khalistan. The states where the raids were on are:30 locations in Punjab, 13 in Rajasthan, 4 in Haryana, 2 in Uttarakhand and 1 each in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
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In Maharashtra's Thane region, a hookah parlour was raided by the local Police. The hookah parlour was functioning at Teen Haath Naka allegedly for past two years, which the police had no idea about. Around 13 customers along with staff were apprehended from the place operational near a college in Thane. The hookah joint was full of customers, and 13 customers were caught smoking shisha in the parlour.
The Income Tax Department on Friday conducted raids on premises linked to the Mumbai-based Kalpataru builders over alleged tax evasion. The raids were conducted on around 30 premises across four states. Significantly, the residences of Kalptaru group founder Mofatraj Munot and MD Parag Munot were also raided by the tax department. This is a developing story, more details are awaited.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducted multiple raids on the properties of the Kamineni Group, across Telangana, on June 21. Raids are underway at the residences of the Chairman and Managing Director of the Kamineni Group. In total, 15 ED raids are taking place across the state. Investigations are being carried out at S.V.S. Medical College and MediCiti Institute of Medical Sciences, MediCiti Institute in Shamirpet and Prathima corporate… read-more
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The National Investigative Agency (NIA) busted a racket of ISIS Module, working in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, after a raid. According to NIA, Syed Mamoor Ali had created a local group by the name of ‘Fisbilillah’ and was also operating a WhatsApp group by the same name. Along with his associates, he was trying to procure pistols and was in contact with a Jabalpur-based illegal arms supplier for this purpose.
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) carried out raids at multiple locations in several districts of Jammu and Kashmir. The raids which started in early hours is a part of its investigation into a terror conspiracy case, confirmed officials. The raids were carried out in Pulwama, Shopian and Anantnag districts, which is still underway. This is a developing story and more details into the raid is awaited.
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In a fresh crackdown against the cadres of the banned Popular Front of India, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is carrying out searches at more than a dozen locations in parts of the country including Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The places being searched by the NIA include 12 in Bihar, two in Uttar Pradesh and one each in Punjab’s Ludhiana and Goa. The raids are still underway.
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at multiple locations, in Jammu and Kashmir. The raids were carried out in connection with terror funding cases in the union territory, confirmed sources. Moreover, searches were underway at the houses of suspects in Kulgam, Pulwama, Anantnag and Shopian. Enforcement Directorate raided the houses of Hurriyat leader Qazi Yasir and Jammu and Kashmir Salvation Movement chairman Zaffar Bhat… read-more
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is conducting raids at more than 25 locations in Delhi, in connection with the Delhi Excise Policy Scam. The case involves Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, politicians and others including businessmen in Hyderabad. In the new raid, the premises of businessmen dealing in liquor are being searched. However, details of the raid and an official statement from the ED agency is awaited.
In the Delhi Excise Policy case, the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids over 21 locations, across Delhi and Punjab. As per ANI sources, the raids were carried out to find evidence of the alleged irregularities committed under the Aam Aadmi Party Government Liquor Policy 2021-2022. Moreover, a case was registered against ministers and AAP leaders like Manish Sisodia, Arva Gopi Krishna, Anand Tiwari and Pankaj Bhatnagar and an… read-more