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ED arrests businessman Gagan Dhawan for cheating banks of Rs 5,000 crore

New Delhi: A well-known businessman has arrested while his connection with the property and money laundering inquiry in the above of Rs 5,000 crore alleged bank scam matter concerning a Gujarat based pharma firm and several additional hawala transactions.

While according to the reports where Officer told that, the central probe office arrested the Gagan Dhawan ahead on Wednesday from the public capital under divisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

After that, the Dhawan, they spoke, that was on the radiolocation of the office for allegedly supporting bank loan scams reported to Sterling Biotech and also the Vadodara-based business and several different comparable alleged illegal activities.

Also, The firm and Dhawan are further being investigated by the Enforcement Directorate for ostensibly rewarding senior income tax department directors as the role of an advanced criminal criticism.

Then, The company had offered out quests toward the Dhawan and a previous Congress MLA in the August 2017.

The CBI had latterly arrested Sterling Biotech, its Managers Chetan Jayantilal Sandesara and Dipti Chetan Sandesara also the Rajbhushan Omprakash Dixit and Nitin Jayantilal Sandesara and Vilas Joshi, Chartered Accountant Hemant Hathi, former Director Andhra Bank Anup Garg and other unknown men in association with the alleged bank scam.

The CBI has also claimed that the organization had received investments of over ₹ 5,000 crores from a consortium managed by Andhra Bank which has transformed into nonworking assets. Also, The FIR has claimed that the entire unfinished dues of the organization groups were ₹ 5,383 crores essentially on December 31, 2016.