Ballari Police suspects money laundering and Hawala transactions after IGP orders probe based on individuals 3 year old complaint.

complaint says Rs 3 crore deposited and withdrawn without complainant's knowledge.

Ballari Police suspects money laundering and Hawala transactions after IGP orders probe based on individuals 3 year old complaint.
   

Ballari : IGP Ballari Range Najundaswamy has ordered a strict probe into a suspected money laundering case based on a complaint by an individual U Basavraj of Ballari against his employers.
The complainant in his complaint has accused his employers of misusing his personal documents,  his bank account and other documents and  transacting huge sum of amount (depositing and withdrawl ) without his knowledge. 
The complaint following an IT notice seeking an explanation on source of money transacted from his bank account lodged a complaint with CEN Ballari that there was huge sum of money transactions done from his account and he was unaware of it. He named two persons his employer Ashok Kumar  and his colleague Sanjay Kumar Jain in his complaint. A resident of, Ballari, Basavraj in his complaint ( No 0007/2007 date 22 December 2017 ) mentioned that Rs 3 crore was deposited in his account and withdrawn and this was done without his knowledge.
Basavraj was working in Ballari based   Mavric Global Group on Kappagal road as a temporary employee between 2014 and 2017, where he was paid salary in cash. His employers,  according to him created an account in HDFC bank (no 50200011985529) by keeping in abeyance his personal bank account  of IDBI (028510400026457). 
Despite the complaint dating back to December 2017, the matter was pending investigation and the local Police proposed to file a "B" report, when IGP Nanjundaswamy took a serious note of it. He ordered an investigation  into it.  Sources said that the Police suspect a money laundering case with its transactions linking to cities like Dubai in middle east countries.  The probe is likely to intensify and more skeletons might tumble from the cupboards. The probe team is also likely to be under severe pressure from a few VVIPs. 
Superintendent of Police Saidullah Adavat an officer known for his daring decision is heading the probe .