J&K' Former CM Mehbooba Mufti Summoned By Enforcement Directorate Regarding Money Laundering Case

Jammu and Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti has been under suspicion for a money laundering case in J&K. The former J&K Chief Minister has been summoned by Enforcement Directorate for questioning on March 15. The summon asked her to appear in the national capital. The case was filed under the Preservation Of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).


Mehbooba wrote on Twitter, “GOI’s tactics to intimidate & browbeat political opponents to make them toe their line has become tediously predictable. They don’t want us to raise questions about its punitive actions & policies. Such short-sighted scheming won’t work,”

The Directorate had before recovered Rs. 28 Lakh cash from Anjum Fazili. He is also a close leader of PDP. Fazili’s premises in Delhi and Srinagar had revealed his connection to a money laundering matter.

In view of the ED summons sent to Mehbooba, chairperson of PAGD Farooq Abdullah said, “political vendetta would not help in improving the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.”

PAGD ( People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration ) is an alliance of leaders from major parties of Jammu and Kashmir. These include National Conference (NC) and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

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