The ED has conducted searches at multiple locations in Rajasthan in connection with its money laundering probe arising out of a case of land grab in Bikaner involving a company allegedly linked to Robert Vadra.
Officials said the searches were conducted on at least eight locations in the border town of Bikaner and adjoining areas on Thursday and the action has now ended.
The agency said the premises of ten people, including some retired government officials, were brought under the action. “The ED conducted searches on Thursday at eight premises in Bikaner and nearby areas, belonging to accused Jay Prakash Bagadwa, Ranjeet Singh, Kishore Singh, Gugan Gir and certain government officials including retired

ones like Faqir Mohd, Uma Charan, Deeparam and Mahavir Swamy in the case of Kolayat land scam,” an ED statement said.
ED teams examined documents allegedly related to Vadra’s company, which purchased lands and also quizzed some people, ED spokesperson A.K. Rawal said on Friday.
The probe is related to the purchase of 275 bigha land allegedly by the company of Vadra, son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, in Kolayat area of Bikaner. Officials said action was taken in order to gather “documents and data” from officials and individuals involved in the case under Prevention of Money Laundering Act. The ED said documents, bank accounts and I-T Returns were seized after the searches got over.

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