Mumbai, Aug 1: A court in Mumbai has framed charges against one person in connection with the Nagpada ISIS case. Arshi Qureshi was charged under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code and Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
The attachment of assets was carried out under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
An ED officials however informed OneIndia that the offer will be rejected.
Taking into account the sensitivity of the case, the Union government has said that the proceedings relating to the ban on Islamic preacher Zakir Naik’s Non-Governmental Organisation Islamic Research Foundation must be in-camera.
After the ban was imposed on the IRF, the special tribunal has been examining the matter as per norms.
Bengaluru, Dec 17: A new report claims to reveal as to how did Dr Zakir Naik, the controversial Islamic preacher transferred money received by the NGO to the accounts held by his relatives. According to the Economic Offences Wing, it was found that the money which came into the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) was moved into accounts held by his relatives and later routed through some companies.
The Enforcement Directorate has also sought a reply from the National Investigation Agency regarding information on the financial transactions of Zakir Naik’s NGO.
Mumbai, Dec 21: In a bid to get to the bottom of the money trail, investigating officials have started questioning Dr Zakir Naik’s family members. Investigations found that Naik, the controversial Islamic preacher, had used accounts of his family members to transfer money received by his NGO, Islamic Research Foundation (IRF).
Officials from various agencies have been questioning his family members to understand the money trail. Investigators are looking into accounts and are also trying to find out for what purpose the money had been used.
It is part of the investigation and we need to find out why these firms had transacted with the IRF, a National Investigation Agency official told OneIndia.