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ED probes Praful Patel's alleged land deal with Dawood man

IndiaTimes Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
ED is investigating an alleged financial partnership deal between a company promoted by former civil aviation minister and senior NCP leader Praful Patel's family and Iqbal Memon "Mirchi", the late drug lord and a close aide of Dawood Ibrahim. Sources alleged the deal involved transfer to Millennium Developers, a Patel family-promoted company, of a plot Mirchi owned at a prime location in Mumbai.
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A DELHI COURT TODAY ALLOWED THE ENFORCEMENT DIRECTORATE TO INTERROGATE FORMER UNION MINISTER P CHIDAMBARAM TOMORROW IN TIHAR JAIL AND, IF REQUIRED, ARREST HIM IN CONNECTION WITH THE INX MEDIA MONEY LAUNDERING CASE, FORMER UNION MINISTER PRAFUL PATEL HAS BEEN SUMMONED BY THE ENFORCEMENT DIRECTORATE,...

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