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ED eye’s now on Vikas Dubey illegal assets and illegal empire,filed case under the PMLA

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Vikas Dubey was killed in a police encounter on Friday in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Now the Enforcement Directorate (ED) of Lucknow zone is collecting the details of the properties development and its special people. A letter was also written in this regard on July 6 to IG Kanpur Range Mohit Agarwal . An ED team has also met the IG for property details. Vikas made more than 10 foreign trips in the last three or four years.

If sources are to be believed, the ED file a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). Investigate matters related to the development of Vikas and his gang members.It is suspected that Vikas has also invested in Thailand and Dubai.

UP STF detained Jai Bajpai, a resident of Kanpur, a week ago. Jai was considered as a investor of Vikas Dubey. The inquiry has revealed that Jai used to convert Vikas’s black earnings to white. He invested development money in hawala, property and other businesses. The investigation revealed several illegal assets of Vikas and his dealings with Jai. Now the ED has asked for its details.

The ED team is collecting information about the assets and bank accounts of Vikas and his family members and their other associates. Property related to Jai and others, information related to the bank has also been sought from the Kanpur police. A senior ED officer admitted that one of his teams had gone to Kanpur in this regard. If the information worth registering the case is found then it will be done.

According to sources, Vikas and his close friends have bought properties worth crores of rupees in Dubai and Thailand. Recently, Vikas had also bought a 20 crore house in Lucknow. He has traveled to more than 10 countries in the last 3-4 years. Vikas has a flat in an apartment in Aryanagar, Brahmanagar in Kanpur and a Kothi in Panki.

Monsoon Session Of Parliament 2018

Hriday Narayan Dikshit said three-day session of the state legislative assembly will begin on August 20.

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Uttar Pradesh Assembly Speaker Hriday Narayan Dikshit on Sunday said a three-day session of the state legislative assembly will begin on August 20, with MLAs being seated leaving a seat between them vacant and occupying the visitors’ gallery to maintain social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We have to ensure that during the session, scheduled to be held soon because of Constitutional obligations, COVID-19 protocol was strictly followed,” he had said.

Elaborating about the seating plan of the assembly, Mr. Dikshit on Sunday said the members will be seated leaving a seat between them vacant.Some of them will be seated in the lobby and the visitors’ gallery, he said.

“The MLAs will be thermally scanned before they enter the House. I am sure that members will come here wearing a mask. If they do not come wearing a mask, we will give them one,” he said.

Mr. Dikshit said the air conditioner of the legislature building will work as per the standards set by the central government.

“Governor Anandiben Patel has summoned the session of 17th Vidhan Sabha at 11 am on August 20. This will be the second session of the year,” U.P. Vidhan Sabha’s Principal Secretary Pradeep Dubey had recently said.

At present, there are 306 BJP MLAs in the U.P. Legislative Assembly, followed by 48 from the Samajwadi Party. The BSP has 18 MLAs, while Apna Dal (Sonelal), an ally of the BJP has nine MLAs.

The Congress has seven MLAs in the House, while the Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj Party has four MLAs. There are three independent MLAs in the House. Rashtriya Lok Dal and Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Apna Dal has one MLA each in the U.P. Assembly.In the U.P. Legislative Assembly, there are 403 elected members.

 

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