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Written by Deeptiman Tiwary | New Delhi | October 16, 2020 8:37:30 pm The Enforcement Directorate (ED)The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has provisionally hooked up property to the tune of Rs 4.23 crore of the spouse of NSCN (Okay)’s army chief Nikki Sumi. The property are within the identify of Shelly N Sumi who had been arrested by the Assam Rifles in 2017.
The ED case is predicated on an NIA FIR in opposition to Shelly Sumi. The NIA probe had discovered that on the time of her arrest Shelly deliberate to travel to GHQ Taga, (HQ of NSCN-Okay) Myanmar, to handover an quantity of Rs. 18.47 lakh to her husband Nikki Sumi. An quantity of Rs. 27.90 lakh was additionally seized by the NIA through the course of the search carried out on the premises of Shelly Sumi and her associates.
“Investigation under PMLA revealed that NSCN-K {National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang)}, a proscribed terrorist organization indulged in collecting funds from government employees, businessmen etc. by extortion and illegal means and Shelly Sumi and her associates were involved in criminal conspiracy to transfer funds to NSCN(K) via Indo-Myanmar border,”ED stated in a press release.
ED claimed its probe additional revealed that Shelly Sumi was a authorities worker working as Sectional Assistant, PWD, Nagaland, drawing a month-to-month wage of Rs. 28,000, “which is the only legal income of the family of seven (Shelly Sumi and her six children)”.
“During PMLA investigations the details of the properties owned by Shelly Sumi and her family members and associates were unearthed and upon scrutiny it was revealed that they had amassed huge assets in the form of Palatial House at Dimapur, Nagaland (valued at Rs. 3.6 crores) a Scorpio vehicle; house at Zunheboto; and bank balances in the name of his family members. The properties created in the name of Shelly Sumi and her children was acquired without any reasonable source of income and from illegally extorted money by terror activities. Accordingly these identified movable and immovable properties totaling to Rs. 4.23 crores have been attached under Section 5(1) of PMLA, 2002,” ED stated. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Click right here to affix our channel (@indianexpress) and keep up to date with the most recent headlines For all the most recent India News, obtain Indian Express App.

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