Nirav Modi case: Govt removes ED Mumbai chief; Vineet Agarwal accused of relieving investigating officer without due process

Nirav Modi case: Govt removes ED Mumbai chief; Vineet Agarwal accused of relieving investigating officer without due process
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The government has removed ED’s special director in Mumbai, Vineet Agarwal, for his alleged interference in relieving the agency’s investigating officer in the Nirav Modi money-laundering case without following due procedure, officials said Tuesday. They said the tenure of Agarwal has been cut short by three years and the 1994-batch Indian Police Service officer of Maharashtra cadre has been repatriated to his home state with immediate effect.

Source: PTI

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  • 17 Apr 2019
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