CBI questions AAP Minister's wife in money laundering case

CBI questions AAP Minister's wife in money laundering case

CBI questions AAP Minister's wife in money laundering case

The Central Bureau of Investigation today questioned Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain's wife in connection with a money laundering case against him. However, the officers only sought clarifications from Jain's wife as three preliminary inquiries against the minister continue, reported NDTV.

"Central government of BJP is misusing CBI for its vendetta politics".

Early this month, the CBI questioned the minister on charges that he had laundered around Rs 4.6 crore through shell companies.

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Meanwhile, the AAP has accused the central government of misusing the CBI for its vendetta politics.

Jain, an MLA from Shakur Basti, had on 16 June said that they have done nothing wrong and he was ready to face any probe. "The call records from 2010 to 2014 have been extracted but during this period no call was made to Kolkata", the statement, titled "Facts of BJP's CBI raid on Satyendra Jain", reads.

"BJP model: You make Mohalla Clinics, save money in projects, (provide) free medicines, tests and surgeries..."

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The CBI started the probe after the Income Tax Department had referred the matter to it under the Benami Transactions Prohibitions Act.

Last week, the CBI visited Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's residence regarding alleged irregularities in a "Talk to AK" social media campaign, prompting strong AAP reactions against the "CBI raid".

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