- Jaleel’s main allegation was that Kunhalikutty was laundering money under the guise of a co – operative bank
- He also alleged that Kunhalikutty had Rs 300 crore in black money in the co-operative bank
- Jalil had said that he was an aide of bank secretary Harikumar Kunhalikutty in the incident
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According to media reports, including Manorama Online, documents were sent to Jalil’s ED office to produce evidence. Jalil reached the ED office at 10.45 am in a car parked by the MLA board.
Kunhalikutty and his son have been charged with money laundering while the ED probe into the Rs 10 crore money laundering case involving Chandrika is progressing.
KT Jaleel’s main allegation was that Kunhalikutty was involved in money laundering under the guise of AR Nagar Co – operative Bank. He also alleged that Kunhalikutty had Rs 300 crore in black money in the co-operative bank.
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Jalil had said that he was an aide of bank secretary Harikumar Kunhalikutty in the incident. Jalil had alleged that Chandrika had transacted money through her account.
Following the allegations, there were reports of further scams at the alleged AR Nagar Co-operative Bank. It was found that the customers had unknowingly made lakhs of transactions through their account. It was revealed that a transaction of Rs 80 lakh had taken place through the account of an Anganwadi teacher without their knowledge.
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This time KT Jalil came to the ED headquarters in Kochi in public. Jalil, who reached Kochi by train from Thiruvananthapuram last night, later called the vehicle boarded by the MLA and reached the ED office.
Earlier, when he was a minister, he came here in complete secrecy in a gold smuggling case. He reached the ED office in Kochi in a private vehicle in the morning.
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