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ED’s red alert against two Koda aides

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Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda. File photo: Rajeev Bhatt
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Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda. File photo: Rajeev Bhatt

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has sounded a red alert against two key aides of former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda, in the alleged Rs. 2,000-crore hawala and illegal investment cases.

The ED has already sounded a red alert against Binod Kumar Sinha and Sanjay Chaudhary, an ED official, requesting not to be quoted, said adding in the backdrop of the ED’s red alert they can not leave the country.

“We are taking all the legal recourses to get them appeared, so that there wouldn’t be any loopholes left after completion of the investigation, which is at the crucial stage,” he added.

“Both of them (Mr. Sinha and Mr. Chaudhary) did not appear as the deadline set for today elapsed,” a senior IT official involved in the investigation told newsmen here.

Mr. Sinha and Mr. Chaudhary are among the six aides of Mr. Koda against whom the IT served summons on November 2 to appear before it.

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