Lady arrested by NIA worked to whitewash Sachin Waze’s black money

New Delhi, Apr 02: The National Investigation Agency has detained a woman seen with suspended Mumbai cop Sachin Waze.

CCTV footage showed the lady leaving a hotel in South Mumbai with Waze before the Antilla bomb scare. The NIA conducted searches at the flat of the woman and even questioned her. It is alleged that the woman was working to whitewash Waze’s black money. 

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Chidambaram pushed 80:20 gold scheme despite DRI warning on black money and laundering

Former Union Minister, P Chidambaram would find himself in a spot of bother after the Public Accounts Sub Committee sought a CBI probe against him for the controversial 80:20 gold import scheme. The PAC has alleged that Chidambaram had ignored objections of the Department of Revenue Intelligence.

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Padma Bhushan awardee doctor, 5 others booked for transporting demonetised currency

oldnotesNew Delhi, Dec 24: A top doctor from Mumbai who is a Padma Bhushan awardee has been booked by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the ongoing crackdown against black money. The CBI registered a case against the doctor, Sureh Advani, Yoesh Shiroye, Dharam Raj Tilak, Krish, Gajanand Somnath and B M Shah.
The CBI registered the case after it was found that they were fraudulently transporting demonetised currency to the tune of Rs 10 crore. A CBI spokesperson when contacted said that he is an accused in case and his exact role would come out after the probe. The doctor a top oncologist has won several awards including the Padma Shri in 2002 and Padma Bhushan in 2012.

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Who is Parasmal Lodha alias Fiddler on the Roof

Parasmal Lodha(standing in the middle)
Parasmal Lodha(standing in the middle)

Kolkata, Dec 24: The Enforcement Directorate arrested businessman Parasmal Lodha from Mumbai for converting over Rs 25 crore old currency into new notes.

A fierce businessman, Lodha was called, ” Extra Floor Lodha or Fiddler on the Roof,” after he added extra floors illegally to a building. Lodha however managed to legalise this thanks to the clout he had with the authorities and police.

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