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ABG Shipyard case: ED attaches Rs 2,747 crore assets including lands, plots & bank accounts

The attached assets include shipyards in Surat & Dahej in Gujarat, agricultural lands & plots, commercial and residential premises in Gujarat and Maharashtra and bank accounts owned by ABG Shipyard Ltd.

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New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday attached movable & immovable assets worth Rs 2747.69 crore in the ongoing money laundering probe against ABG Shipyard Limited.

The attached assets include shipyards in Surat & Dahej in Gujarat, agricultural lands & plots, commercial and residential premises in Gujarat and Maharashtra and bank accounts owned by ABG Shipyard Ltd., its group companies and other related entities, the agency said in a statement.

The total value of the provisionally attached assets stands at Rs 2,747.69 crore.

The financial probe agency started money laundering investigation on basis of FIR lodged by CBI against the ABG Shipyard Limited., & others.

Reports also said that the CBI on Wednesday arrested Rishi Kamlesh Agarwal, founder of ABG Shipyard Limited, in connection with alleged bank fraud of more than Rs 22,842 crore.

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