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Assets attached in Kerala gold case

Fixed deposits along with seized cash recovered from the bank lockers totalling Rs 1.85 crore have been attached
Sivasankar was arrested by the agency on October 28 and he is now in judicial custody.
Sivasankar was arrested by the agency on October 28 and he is now in judicial custody.
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PTI   |   New Delhi   |   Published 25.12.20, 02:07 AM

The Enforcement Directorate has attached assets worth Rs 1.85 crore, including those of senior Kerala bureaucrat M. Sivasankar, in connection with its money-laundering probe in the alleged Kerala gold smuggling case, the agency said on Thursday.

“Fixed deposits along with seized cash recovered from the bank lockers totalling Rs 1.85 crore have been attached. Among the attached assets, Rs 1 crore belongs to M. Sivasankar, IAS, and former principal secretary to the chief minister of Kerala,” the agency said in a statement.

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Sivasankar was arrested by the agency on October 28 and he is now in judicial custody. 



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