ED's big action in National Herald case, property worth Rs 752 crore seized

ED's big action in National Herald case, property worth Rs 752 crore seized

National Herald Case: The list of properties attached by ED includes the house of National Herald in Delhi, Nehru Bhawan in Lucknow and National Herald House in Mumbai.

New Delhi : The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken major action in the National Herald case. ED has seized assets worth Rs 752 crore. The list of properties attached by the ED includes the National Herald House in Delhi, Nehru Bhawan in Lucknow and National Herald House in Mumbai.
In connection with the investigation of the National Herald case, the Enforcement Directorate has attached assets worth Rs 90 crore of a company linked to Young Indian, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi.

"ED has issued an order for provisional attachment of properties worth Rs 751.9 crore in a money-laundering case investigated under PMLA, 2002," the ED said in a tweet on Twitter.

ED has issued an order to provisionally attach properties worth Rs. 751.9 Crore in a money-laundering case investigated under the PMLA, 2002. Investigation revealed that M/s. Associated Journals Ltd. (AJL) is in possession of proceeds of crime in the form of immovable properties. 

On this action of ED, Congress leader Abhishek Manu Sindhvi said that the news of attachment of AJL properties by ED shows their desperation to divert attention from the certain defeat in the ongoing elections in the states.

Reports of attachment of AJL properties by ED reflects their desperation to divert attention from certain defeat in the ongoing elections in each state.

Congress has always accused the Center of misusing central investigative agencies for political vendetta. Congress says there is no evidence of money laundering or any monetary exchange.

The case involves allegations of fraud, conspiracy and criminal breach of trust in the acquisition of newspaper-running Associated Journals Limited by Young Indian Private Limited.

The agency has already interrogated Sonia and Rahul Gandhi in this regard.

Along with refugees from Myanmar, soldiers will also have to get permission to enter India, surrender weapons - military officer

Myanmar shares a 1640 km border with several north-eastern states including Nagaland and Manipur. Protests are taking place in Myanmar demanding the restoration of democracy after the military coup in 2021. Myanmar's army is called Junta Army.

Special things
-5 thousand people have come to Mizoram from Myanmar so far
-Took shelter in Jokhavathar area of ​​Champhai district of Mizoram.
-Food, water and medicines being provided by NGO

Guwahati:In India's neighboring country Myanmar (Myanmar unrest), widespread protests are taking place demanding restoration of democracy after the military coup in 2021. After the recent fighting between rebel groups and the Junta Army in the border areas of Chin State, the situation in the adjoining North-Eastern state of Mizoram is still tense. Mizoram Police and Assam Rifles have deployed adequate security in the border areas. A large number of refugees from Myanmar are coming to Mizoram. Meanwhile, rebel groups targeted an army camp, after which many Myanmar soldiers came to Mizoram. Meanwhile, the senior most officer in the Eastern Command of the Indian Army has said that the Assam Rifles, which guards the 1643 km long Myanmar border, have been given clear instructions to not only protect the villagers taking refuge in the country, but also the people of Myanmar. Also allow entry of Myanmar Army Personnel.
General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-In-C) of Eastern Command, Lieutenant General Rana Pratap Kalita gave this information on Tuesday. He made this statement in view of 5000 refugees entering India from Myanmar last week and 60 Myanmar Army soldiers being handed back to Myanmar.

Conflict between Junta Army and PDF increases in Myanmar, refugees stand near the border to come to Mizoram

Soldiers who are forced to cross the Indian border after attacks by opposition groups in Myanmar are asked to surrender their weapons. Their identities are then revealed before being handed over to authorities in Myanmar. However, the officer clarified that no armed person is being given entry. Special care is being taken to ensure that drug smugglers are not able to enter India in the guise of refugees.
Refugees entering India through Mizoram
Most of the refugees are entering India through Mizoram. Their tribes share a strong ethnic relationship with the people of Myanmar. Apart from Mizoram, some refugees are also coming from conflict-torn Manipur. Myanmar shares a 1640 km border with several north-eastern states including Nagaland and Manipur.

War broke out with Myanmar Army's militia group PDF, 2000 civilians entered Indian border

Lieutenant General Kalita said, "The instructions at the Myanmar border are very clear. Ordinary villagers seeking refuge to escape the conflict in Myanmar are not stopped. They are allowed to enter our territory. There is a procedure which is followed by the state. "It is done in consultation with the government. Whenever they want to go back, they are sent back. But the instructions are very clear that no armed person will be allowed entry."
Banned drugs recovered from many people crossing the border
The officer said, "We have recovered a lot of banned drugs and narcotics from the people coming. So we are keeping a very close watch on the drug smugglers. When "Myanmar Army soldiers are coming, so they are being given entry only after surrendering their weapons. After proper identification, they are taken to Moreh border (in Manipur). Then they are handed over to Myanmar authorities."

29 more soldiers flee to Mizoram after anti-junta group captures military camp in Myanmar

A political solution to the Manipur violence will have to be found.
On the ongoing violence in Manipur, the Lieutenant General said, "We have been successful to a great extent in stopping the violence in Manipur. But sporadic incidents keep happening between the two communities. A political solution to this will have to be found." 

2 killed in Manipur
Two people were killed by suspected members of Imphal Valley-based terror groups in Manipur's Kangpokpi district on Monday, officials said. One of them was a security force personnel and the other was his driver. Both were shot.

Officials said that both were going in a car. Meanwhile, suspected members of the terrorist group carried out an ambush between Harothel and Kobsha villages. This incident happened in the area adjacent to Singda Dam. The area has become a hotspot for insurgent groups targeting members of the tribal community during ethnic violence.
Bandh declared in Kangpokpi district
A tribal organization claimed that members of the Kuki-Zo community were attacked without provocation. A bandh was declared in Kangpokpi district in protest against the killings.

29 Myanmar soldiers who fled to India after the encounter were sent back

Looted weapons are in the hands of common people. 
On this whole issue, Lieutenant General Kalita said, "There have been inheritance issues between the communities in Manipur. Now both the communities have become completely polarized. More than 4000 were looted. "Weapons are still in people's hands. They are being used. That's why violent incidents are happening."

Let us tell you that so far more than 200 people have died in the violence that started on May 3 in Manipur. More than 3000 people have been injured. 

Heroin worth more than Rs 18 crore seized in Mizoram, five Myanmar nationals arrested.
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