new Delhi. 2,203 crore from Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor, his family, promoters of Dewan Housing Finance Ltd and others under the Money Laundering Act under the Enforcement Directorate The property worth Rs. According to officials, the Financial Investigation Agency has taken this action in the Rs 3,700 crore fraud case on Thursday. Earlier, the ED had filed Kapoor, his daughter and promoter Roshni Kapoor of Doit Urban Ventures (India), Kapil R. of DHFL. Wadhawan, Dheeraj R. A charge sheet was filed against Wadhawan and other entities, Bailiff Realtors and RKW Developers. Some of Kapoor’s foreign assets have also been frozen by the agency.
Charge sheet was filed
The action comes after a case filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation in March under various laws, including the Prevention of Corruption Act on accused and ignorant entities facing fraud charges against the bank. On March 9, the CBI searched the premises of the accused. On May 8, two months after Kapoor’s arrest, the ED had also filed a separate charge sheet before the special court in Mumbai in early May.
DHFL too tainted
The ED is investigating separately for allegations of payment of Rs 600 crore to a company controlled by Kapoor and his family by a firm linked to the scandal involving DHFL. DHFL founders Kapil Wadhawan and Dheeraj Wadhavan were arrested by the CBI from Mahabaleshwar, a hill station in the same case in April. They were absconding since the investigation began.
The CBI alleged that Yes Bank invested Rs 3,700 crore in short-term debentures in DHFL, for which Vadhavan paid Rs 600 crore to Kapoor in the form of a loan to Doit Urban Ventures, owned by Kapoor’s daughter. The ED alleges that Kapoor and his family members and others took bribes to pay large loans through the bank.