ED Raids AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan’s Premises, Linked To Waqf Board Scam
ED has once again taken action against a new politician, AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan. Let’s see how many crores are involved in this money laundering case!
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducted a raid at the residence of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Amanatullah Khan in Delhi.
The raid is part of an investigation into money laundering allegations against Khan and others.
The ED is carrying out the investigation under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, and they are covering three premises.
The investigation is based on FIRs filed by the Delhi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) against Khan.
These FIRs are related to corruption charges and illegal appointments in the Delhi Waqf Board. Khan was previously arrested by the Delhi ACB in September 2022.
The ACB FIR alleges that Khan, while serving as the chairman of the Delhi Waqf Board, made illegal appointments and engaged in financial misappropriation. It also accuses him of corruption and favoritism.
The ACB claims that Khan rented out properties of the Delhi Waqf Board illegally and misused funds allocated by the Delhi government.
The ED raid is a part of the ongoing investigation into these allegations. As you know, the ED is a federal agency responsible for enforcing economic laws and combating financial crimes.
The Delhite people are outraged after knowing about the alleged corruption of AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan. It is sickening to think that while middle-class families are struggling to make ends meet, these politicians are scamming the system and collecting crores of black money.
We’re thankful to the ED and the central government for exposing such politicians. However the raids are ongoing, it is likely that they will find lots of scams and crores of black money.
We trust the ED to bring AAP MLA Khan to justice, and we hope that this will serve as a warning to other corrupt politicians.
We’re also concerned about how this scam will affect the common people of Delhi. The Waqf Board is a public trust, and its funds are meant to be used for the welfare of Muslims.
But instead, Khan has allegedly used this money to enrich himself. This is a betrayal of the trust that the Muslim community has placed in him.
We urge the ED to continue its investigation and to bring all those involved in this scam to justice. We also urge the people of Delhi to be vigilant and to hold their politicians accountable. We cannot allow these corrupt politicians to continue looting us and our country.