App fraud accused Amir Khan sent to police custody by Kolkata court


PTI | Kolkata | Updated: 24-09-2022 19:41 IST | Created: 24-09-2022 19:41 IST
App fraud accused Amir Khan sent to police custody by Kolkata court
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Mobile app fraud accused Amir Khan, from whose house ED seized Rs 17.32 crore in cash, was sent to 14 days in police custody on Saturday by a court in Kolkata.

Khan was arrested by the detective department of the Kolkata Police from Ghaziabad in UP in connection with a 2021 case of alleged fraud filed at a police station here and was brought to Kolkata, a senior police officer said.

The chief metropolitan magistrate court granted 14 days' police remand of Khan on a prayer by the public prosecutor representing the detective department.

The ED seized Rs 17.32 crore in cash from the residence of Khan, promoter of a mobile gaming app company, in Garden Reach area on September 11 as part of a money laundering investigation.

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