The Enforcement Directorate has submitted a chargesheet in the MSC bank scam case and has named a company linked to NCP leader Ajit Pawar and his wife Sunetra.
However, Pawar and his wife have not been named in the chargesheet.
According to news agency ANI, the ED has attached properties including land, building and machinery of Jarandeshwar Cooperative Sugar Mill worth Rs 65 crore in July 2021 in this case. The matter is listed for hearing on April 19.
According to a report in Times of India, the ED officials did not comment on the reason why they did not name Pawar couple as accused and said that the probe agency will continue its probe against others associated with firms named in the chargesheet.
The TOI report cited their source as saying that the ED may file a separate chargesheet against Pawar and his wife.
Reportedly, the former Maharashtra Deputy CM was never summoned by ED for his statement.