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Enforcement Directorate Attaches Rs 1 Crore Worth of Property in Sub-Inspector Paper Leak Case

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) Jammu has taken a significant step in the ongoing investigation of the Jammu and Kashmir sub-inspector paper leak case by attaching movable properties worth Rs 1 crore. This development comes as a significant blow to the accused involved in the scandal, particularly Yatin Yadav and his associate Lokesh Kumar, along with M/s New Global Fumigation Corporation, of which Yadav is the proprietor.

According to reports from the Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the ED’s action follows the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA). The attached properties are believed to be associated with monetary gains derived from the illicit activities surrounding the paper leak of the examination conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB). The examination in question was aimed at recruiting 1200 sub-inspectors for the Jammu and Kashmir Police.

The ED’s move underscores the seriousness with which authorities are addressing instances of corruption and malpractice in the recruitment process within the region. By attaching assets allegedly linked to the paper leak, the ED aims to disrupt the illicit financial flows and dismantle the networks perpetuating such crimes. This action also sends a clear message of deterrence to those contemplating similar acts of corruption in the future.

The investigation into the sub-inspector paper leak case has been ongoing, with various agencies working in tandem to uncover the extent of the wrongdoing and hold the responsible parties to account. The attachment of properties worth Rs 1 crore marks a significant milestone in this process, signaling progress towards justice and accountability.

Yatin Yadav and others implicated in the case are likely to face intensified scrutiny and legal proceedings following the ED’s action. The attachment of their assets underscores the gravity of the allegations against them and the determination of law enforcement agencies to pursue justice.

As the investigation continues, authorities are expected to delve deeper into the financial transactions and networks involved in the paper leak scandal. The ED’s efforts, in collaboration with other agencies, reflect a concerted push to root out corruption and ensure transparency and fairness in the recruitment processes of government institutions.

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