In his video message released in YouTube on Sunday, Khan threw some big names for the IMA Jewels' muddle and claimed a threat to his life.
Mansoor says he wants to return to India, but his passport is seized; says his and his family members' lives are in danger, and also accuses unnamed IAS officer of demanding Rs 10 crore bribe.
Even as the Special Investigation Team and the Enforcement Directorate are probing the multi-crore IMA Jewels scam, a group of investors and BJP MPs from the state have sought the intervention of the
Khan’s third wife had given the officers a laptop, from where his investments in cryptocurrency were revealed
In happier times, Khan was sought after by the rich and powerful, and shoppers spent hours in his famed gold store on Lady Curzon Road
The school which was closed for two days after the IMA Jewels scam broke out re-opened on Friday with the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) deploying 20 government teachers to conduct classes.
The High Court on Monday asked the State Government to file a status report, indicating steps taken by it to protect the interests of investors in ponzi schemes, including IMA Jewels.
Meanwhile, SIT officials, who are probing the case, continued search operations at houses belonging to relatives of Khan, on Monday.
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Baig, reacting to media reports that a minister in the current Congress-JDS coalition was attempting to bailout IMA, asked media houses to identify the minister involved.
As IMA Jewels founder Mohammed Mansoor Khan pulled off a flawless escape, his flight to Dubai has left the police in a quandary, with more questions than anwers
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Over 1,000 people under the banner of ‘Ekadanta Association’ staged a protest outside the CID office for nearly five hours calling for the case to be handed over to the CBI.
Over 35,000 complaints have been received so far. The Special Investigation Team (SIT), meanwhile, raided the residence of Mohammed Mansoor Khan in Shivajinagar and found some important documents.
Legal experts claim that the police should actually date the complaint copy and also have at least a serial number for the complaints.