Amarinder Singh’s Son Appears Before Probe Agency In Foreign Exchange Case


Raninder Singh had earlier denied any wrongdoing.


Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s son Raninder Singh on Thursday appeared before the Enforcement Directorate at its Jalandhar office in an alleged Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) violation case.

He arrived at the Enforcement Directorate office along with his counsel and Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill.

The Enforcement Directorate had summoned Raninder pertaining to a case registered by the agency under FEMA with regard to alleged possession of undisclosed assets abroad.

Earlier, Raninder Singh did not appear before the Enforcement Directorate on October 27 and November 6.

Raninder Singh was questioned by the ED in 2016 and was asked to explain the alleged movement of funds to Switzerland and the creation of a trust besides a few subsidiaries in the British Virgin Islands.


The alleged instances of possession of properties abroad was first investigated by the Income Tax Department.

Raninder Singh had earlier denied any wrongdoing.

Last month, the All-India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary and in-charge of party affairs Harish Rawat had questioned the timing of summons to him. 

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