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Enforcement Directorate raids 10 locations in Delhi-NCR in fake cancer drugs case

The federal agency searched a total of 10 locations and recovered about Rs 65 lakh in cash from two locations

PTI New Delhi Published 18.03.24, 06:44 PM
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The Enforcement Directorate on Monday raided multiple locations in Delhi-NCR as part of a money laundering investigation linked to a fake cancer drugs manufacturing and selling racket, official sources said.

The federal agency searched a total of 10 locations and recovered about Rs 65 lakh in cash from two locations.

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The money laundering case was registered taking cognisance of a recent Delhi Police crime branch case registered to probe an organised criminal racket allegedly involved in the manufacturing and selling of cancer and chemotherapy drugs to certain hospitals in Delhi-NCR, the sources said.

The premises of main suspects and their associates such as Viphil Jain, Suraj Shat, Neeraj Chauhan, Parvez Malik, Komal Tiwari, Abhinay and Tushar Chauhan were covered.

Out of the total cash, Rs 23 lakh was recovered from a bean bag kept in the house of Suraj Sharma, the sources said.

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