ED Issues Notice To Yasin Malik

SRINAGAR — Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued notices to JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and two others with the direction to appear before it on September 5 or 6 at the Enforcement Directorate zonal office Rajbagh Srinagar.

The notice addressed to JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and two others including Shamima @Shazia @Bitti wife of Mushtaq Ahmad Dar resident of Banpura Batamaloo and Mushtaq Ahmad Dar son Ghulam Rasool Dar resident of Banpura Batamaloo reads: “This is to inform you that after considering the cause shown by you to the show cause notice the Assistant Director is of the opinion that adjudication proceedings as contemplated in sub section 1 of section 13 the Foreign Exchange Management Act 1999 should be held against you.”

The letter further reads: “You are required to present yourself personally or through authorized representative before the Assistant Director for personal hearing on 05-09-2018 or 06-09-2018 at 10:30am in this office at Enforcement Directorate, Government of India Srinagar zonal office Durani house near Rajbagh police station Srinagar.”

The letter while drawing the attention of the accused towards the provision of rule 4 (7) of the Foreign Exchange Management Adjudication Proceedings and appeal rule 2000, says that if any of the three persons neglects or refuses to appear as required by sub rule 3 before the adjudication authority, proceedings will be initiated against those remaining absent in their absence.

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