The Enforcement Directorate on Friday stated it’s investigating “financial links” between the PFI and Bhim Army and it’s set to accentuate its cash laundering probe to analyze allegations of unlawful funds getting used to “fuel” anti-CAA protests.
The company, officers sources stated, will provoke a recent spherical of questioning of the suspects.
They stated the company has unearthed some cell phone communication between some senior workplace bearers of the Popular Front of India (PFI) and Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad, and it can search clarifications from them.
“The ED is investigating financial links between PFI and Bhim Army on the basis of credible evidence recovered from senior PFI officials,” the company tweeted.
The tweet was in response to a information report that stated the ED has discovered “no links” between the Bhim Army and the PFI.
While the PFI has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, the Bhim Army stated it was prepared for every kind of probe.
“We are ready for every kind of investigation, you (ED) should investigate and if no link is found then you should publicly apologise for spreading false propaganda,” All India Bahujan Coordination Committee and Bhim Army coordinator Kush Ambedkarwadi stated.
The central probe company can also be anticipated to query another linked folks on this case which it’s probing beneath the legal sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).