NEW DELHI: In its case involving West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek and his wife Rujira, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday claimed it has provisionally attached assets to the tune of over Rs 9 crore. The total attachment in the probe now amounts to more than Rs 180 crore. “The total proceeds of crime determined till now is Rs 1,352 crore,” the ED said.
“The present attachment has been done in two parts. In the first, seven land parcels and two flats situated in Amethi (Uttar Pradesh) and Kolkata respectively, owned by Vinay Mishra and Vikas Mishra, both close aides of Abhishek, having book value of Rs 48.6 lakh were attached,” the ED said. In the second, 20 land parcels and one flat in West Bengal and Mumbai respectively, owned by Anup Majhi, another Abhishek aide, and his family members, having book value of Rs 8.8 crore were attached.




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