Enforcement Directorate chief Sanjay Kumar Mishra gets 1 year extension
The company has been pursuing money laundering probe into all the major bank scams cases signed up by the Central Bureau of Examination.
The company has been pursuing cash laundering probe into all the significant bank scams cases registered by the Central Bureau of Examination.
Enforcement Directorate chief Sanjay Kumar Mishra has got 1 year extension on conclusion of 2 years of his tenure, during which the agency has used up investigations into a great deal of delicate cases.
The Financing Ministry order stated that the previous order dated November 19, 2018, through which Mr. Mishra, a 1984- batch Indian Earnings Service official, was appointed as ED Director, has been customized with approval from the President. Accordingly, it would now check out as visit of Mr. Mishra as the Director of Enforcement Directorate for a period of 3 years.
The firm has been pursuing cash laundering probe into all the major bank fraud cases registered by the Central Bureau of Examination. It has also brought out accessory and seizure of assets in fear financing cases connected to the FIRs signed up by the National Investigation Company, and those under the Black Money (Concealed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act.
Mr. Mishra had actually taken control of the post after the retirement of Karnal Singh, an Indian Cops Service officer of the 1984 batch, who was the first Director in the firm to have actually been given two-year fixed tenure in February 2017, following a Supreme Court judgment on a PIL.
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