Kamal Nath's nephew Ratul Puri burnt Rs 7.8 crore in a single day at a club, ED revealed!

New Delhi: Enforcement Directorate has filed a Charge sheet in the court in a case related to bank loan money laundering of eight thousand crore rupees against Ratul Puri, nephew of Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath, his associates and his father's company Moser Baer India Limited. According to the charge sheet, Puri had burnt $ 11 million, or 7.8 crore rupees, in a single nightclub in the US in one night.

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The charge sheet states that Ratul Puri was leading a fun life using a credit card from a hawala businessman based in Dubai. This hawala businessman is accused in the VVIP chopper scam. According to the chargesheet, Puri used to fly with private planes and go to night clubs using this credit card. The ED said in a statement that a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act has been registered in a case related to the manipulation of about eight thousand crore rupees.

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The agency said that, along with this Puri, with the help of various hawala traders and professionals, created a corporate structure in various jurisdictions and invested in purchasing factories and immovable properties. He led a luxurious life using a credit card from Dubai-based hawala businessman Rajiv Saxena.

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