ED attaches assets worth Rs 20 crore of Yadav Singh in money laundering case

Photo of former Noida chief engineer Yadav Singh.

New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today attached assets worth Rs 20 crore of former Noida chief engineer Yadav Singh involved in money laundering case.




Yadav Singh is a suspended Uttar Pradesh chief engineer who was also arrested by the CBI in February last year, for allegedly abusing his official position in awarding contracts and causing wrongful loss to the government exchequer.

The ED has attached properties of four companies NKG Infrastructure, JSP Private limited, Kusum Garment and Tirupati Infrastructures which are associated with Yadav Singh.




Earlier, on January 4th, the Central Beuro of Investigation (CBI) has rejected to given clean chit to him by saying that no politician has been given clean chit in the alleged corruption cases involving Noida engineer Yadav Singh.

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According to CBI officer, the probe is on and it would be incorrect to say any clean chit has been given to anyone, they said, adding that the agency has already filed a charge sheet and the probe in connection with the disproportionate assets amassed by Singh is progressing steadily.




The officer said, “No one will be spared if they complicity appears in the alleged bribery and corruption case against the Engineer.”

The CBI had registered a case against him registered under criminal conspiracy and provisions of Prevention of Corruption Act.




Besides Singh, his wife Kusum Lata, daughter Garima Bhushan and son Sunny Yadav and one more person Rajender Minocha have been booked by CBI for amassing disproportionate assets.

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In addition, CBI had registered one more case related to criminal conspiracy with unknown private persons and firms and awarding various contracts without following the laid down procedures, thereby causing undue pecuniary gain to the tune of crores of rupees to private firms and to himself, the official said.