Eknath Khadse Daughter Sharda Chaudhari Arrives At Ed Office In Mumbai Ncp Leader Was Also Summoned By Agency – Maharashtra: Eknath Khadse’s daughter who reached ED office, NCP leader has also been questioned

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai
Updated Fri, 15 Jan 2021 12:55 PM IST

Sharada Chaudhary, daughter of Eknath Khadse
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Sharada Chaudhary, daughter of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Eknath Khadse, reached the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office in Mumbai on Friday. Earlier this morning, Khadse also reached the office of the investigating agency. The ED called him to record a statement in connection with a land deal in Pune.

Khadse recorded his statement
Former Maharashtra minister Eknath Khadse reached the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office on Friday to record his statement in the 2016 land deal case. Khadse was seen entering the central agency’s office at Ballard Estate in South Mumbai at 11 am. He has appeared before ED officials in his family’s land deal case in Bhosari area near Pune city.

Talking to the media outside his house before leaving the ED office, Khadse said that he would cooperate with the agency. Former BJP leader Khadse joined the NCP last year. A large number of police personnel were deployed outside the ED’s office. Supporters of Khadse should not set up a gathering there, barricades were put up.

The ED summoned Khadse on December 30 but did not appear for health reasons. ED officials had agreed to give him 14 days to appear before the agency. Earlier, the Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) had investigated the case and filed a closure report. The Income Tax Department also sought information in the case.

Khadse resigned from Devendra Fadnavis-led cabinet in 2016 following allegations regarding the land deal. It is alleged that he misused his position in the purchase of government land for his family. Khadse has repeatedly denied these allegations.

Sharada Chaudhary, daughter of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Eknath Khadse, reached the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office in Mumbai on Friday. Earlier this morning, Khadse also reached the office of the investigating agency. The ED called him to record a statement in connection with a land deal in Pune.

Khadse recorded his statement

Former Maharashtra minister Eknath Khadse reached the Enforcement Directorate (ED) office on Friday to record his statement in the 2016 land deal case. Khadse was seen entering the central agency’s office at Ballard Estate in South Mumbai at 11 am. He has appeared before ED officials in his family’s land deal case in Bhosari area near Pune city.

Talking to the media outside his house before leaving the ED office, Khadse said that he would cooperate with the agency. Former BJP leader Khadse joined the NCP last year. A large number of police personnel were deployed outside the ED’s office. Supporters of Khadse should not set up a gathering there, barricades were put up.
The ED summoned Khadse on December 30 but did not appear for health reasons. ED officials had agreed to give him 14 days to appear before the agency. Earlier, the Maharashtra Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) had investigated the case and filed a closure report. The Income Tax Department also sought information in the case.

Khadse resigned from Devendra Fadnavis-led cabinet in 2016 following allegations regarding the land deal. It is alleged that he misused his position in the purchase of government land for his family. Khadse has repeatedly denied these allegations.

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