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Stud farm owner Hasan Ali Khan questioned over financial irregularities

ANI  |  Pune (Maharashtra) [India] 

The (CBI) on Friday questioned stud farm owner Hasan Ali Khan in a financial irregularities case.

Earlier in the day, the (ED) and framed fresh criminal charges of corruption and money laundering on Khan.

The Pune-based stud farm owner, Khan, owes the department Rs 1.65 lakh crore.

He was first booked by the in 2011 under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) and was later arrested.

As per the 16th report of the Standing Committee of presented before the Lok Sabha, Khan owes Rs 1, 65,665 crore as arrears.

After this report, the Supreme appointed special investigation team (SIT) in 2014 on headed by retired Justice M. B. Shah is looking into the unaccounted money of Khan.

The Khan case is the only one listed by name in the terms of reference of the SIT on

Khan was released on bail in August 2015 after several years in custody.

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First Published: Fri, June 16 2017. 23:07 IST