ED quizzes former rly minister Bansal in ’13 posting case | India News

NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has quizzed former Union railway minister and senior Congress member Pawan Bansal in an alleged “cash-for-posting” scandal involving his nephew Vijay Singla in which Rs 89 lakh was believed to have changed hands in 2013, reports Rohan Dua.
Bansal, who was then the member of Parliament from Chandigarh, was questioned for more than eight hours at ED’s Chandigarh office in sector 18 on Wednesday. His quizzing comes seven years after cash was seized by the CBI from the office of Bansal’s nephew. “We had summoned him under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. ED’s criminal case was filed based on the CBI’s FIR and the chargesheet has already been submitted by them,” a top ED official told TOI on Thursday. Bansal was made a witness in the the chargesheet filed by CBI in the case.
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