Bengaluru: Owner of IMA Jewels Mohammed Mansoor Khan was Arrested in New Delhi in connection with the alleged Ponzi scandal and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is interrogating him. (Karnataka Government’s Special Investigation Team) said in a statement here that after returning to India from Dubai, Khan was arrested in Delhi. He ran away to Dubai
SIT said that its sources in Dubai persuaded him to surrender and surrender to the law. He said, “According to him, he left for Dubai from Delhi (Flight AI 916) and reached there three and a half past three. The SIT officials were in Delhi to arrest and arrest him. ‘
SIT said that against him and the ID he had issued the lookout circular and it will now be assigned to him according to the procedure. Sources said that the ED officials are interrogating him in New Delhi. He will be sent to Bengaluru for detailed investigation of SIT later.
Over one lakh people invested in IMA Jewels. IMA Jewels started 17 companies. SIT said that Khan had invited the people and most of the Muslims to invest in five companies. In his company, Rs. 4084 crores was invested.
SIT said that it had to return Rs 1400 crore to its investors. About a month and a half later he fled to Dubai while jerking investors He had promised his investors that he would return to India and return his money.
On the basis of thousands of complaints, SIT filed a case against Khan and others. He has arrested 22 people including mine, 12 directors of the company, Bangalore Municipal Commissioner (urban), Vijay Shankar, assistant commissioner LC Nagraj, one officer of Bengaluru Development Authority and one nominated councilor of the Municipal Corporation and one village accountant.
Prior to his escape from Dubai, Khan accuse Congress MLA R. Roshan Baig of Shivajinagar for taking 400 crores and not returning the money. Baig clearly rejected this accusation as false and fabricated. Baig, who revolted against Congress, has been suspended for anti-party activities.
After that he joined the rebel legislators’ group, who resigned from the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. SIT took custody of Beg and questioned him deeply and then left them. He asked them to appear again on July 19 (Friday).