The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken action to seize assets worth over Rs 45 crore belonging to Parveen Yadav, a former Deputy Commandant in the National Security Guard (NSG), and his family members. The attachment of these movable and immovable properties comes under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) as part of an ongoing investigation into an alleged cheating case.
According to the ED, a total of 52 properties, including both movable and immovable assets, valued at Rs 45.20 crore, have been attached in connection with the case. The investigation pertains to fraudulent activities involving the deposit of Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) for counterfeit NSG tenders.
In a tweet, the ED announced the attachment of the properties, revealing that Parveen Yadav and his family members are being probed under the PMLA for their involvement in the cheating scam.