NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate’s cash laundering case in opposition to
, elder brother of Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot, appears to own hit a roadblock with senior Gehlot transferring the Rajasthan HC in opposition to ED’s summonses. The anti-cash laundering company has to this point issued three summonses to Agrasain, asking him to appear sooner than its investigating officers at its Delhi headquarters.
The ED has also been procuring for one other top accused within the fertiliser scam case, Pravin Saraf of Saraf Impex who, esteem Gehlot, has now not honoured any of the company’s summonses issued to him. In accordance with company officers, Saraf is absconding despite the incontrovertible reality that he has written to the company seeking postponement of his questioning. The ED, which was once contemplating other actions that would also just embody arrest of the accused, is discovering it hard to proceed within the case in look of the court cases.
Gehlot’s case has been listed for Monday sooner than the Jodhpur bench of the Rajasthan HC where the ED has been served a sight to defend its case, in step with sources. In accordance with a preliminary probe, Anupam Krishi, the company owned by Gehlot, was once engaged in alleged illegal export of potash in league with Saraf Impex Pvt Ltd. Anupam Krishi was once the initiating set of the exports made by Saraf Impex. The total illegal exports of MOP (Muriate of Potash) is around 30,000 tons price Rs 130 crore. Agrasain is accused of receiving colossal price.