Bengal Police arrested Amir Khan from Ghaziabad over a mobile app fraud case

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) retrieved Rs 17.32 lakh from his father’s house two weeks ago.

In a case involving mobile app fraud, the Kolkata Police have detained businessman Amir Khan from Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh.

Ghaziabad for his role in a fraud case involving a smartphone app.

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) retrieved Rs 17.32 lakh from his father’s house two weeks ago.

Five trunks of cash were found during an ED raid at the Garden Reach home of industrialist Nisar Ahmed Khan, the father of Amir Khan.

On the basis of a bank’s complaint, Kolkata Police first reported the mobile app scam in 2021.

In connection with an investigation into a mobile gambling application fraud case, the ED has been conducting search operations at 6 locations in Kolkata in accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002.

He disappeared after the ED raids. The Kolkata Police located him and captured him in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. The businessman Amir Khan, the son of Nasir Khan, was the subject of a formal complaint from the Federal Bank of India. The matter was originally reported to the Park Street police station in Kolkata in February 2021. The ED opened an inquiry based on the FIR that the Kolkata Police had filed.

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