The Directorate General of Enforcement (ED) has frozen the Bitcoin equivalent of Rs. 12.83 crore under the Anti-Money Laundering Act (PMLA) after an investigation was launched against a man named Aamir Khan and others in connection with the mobile game app – E – nuggets.
According to the enforcement agency, they have initiated an investigation on the basis of the FIR of 15 February 2021, filed under various sections of the IPC by the Park Street Police Department, Kolkata Police, against Aamir Khan and others, based on a Federal complaint. Banking Regulators, at Metropolitan Chief Justice Court, Calcutta.
Aamir Khan, son of Nesar Ahmed Khan, launches mobile phone gaming the E-Nuggets app, which the ED says is designed with the intent of defrauding the public.
“Furthermore, after collecting quite a large amount of money from the public, all sudden withdrawals from the said Application were stopped for one reason or another. After that, all data included profile information has been removed from the said Application servers,” the agency said on Wednesday.
The agency’s investigation revealed that the defendant transferred part of the money illegally earned through the gaming app (E-Nuggets) overseas using the Crypto Currency Exchange.
One such fake account under the name Sima Naskar, Owner of Pixal Design was found in WazirX, used to buy crypto/crypto assets. Then say electronic money was forwarded to another account in another Cryptocurrency Exchange, namely ‘Binance‘,” It says.
It was report Earlier this month, the Enforcement Administration (ED) raided promoters of a mobile game app company based in Kolkata. Officials recovered more than Rs. The seven people in the raid, as announced, are part of a money laundering investigation. The gaming app called E-Nuggets and its promoter, identified as Aamir Khan and others, were investigated by the ED after the FIR filed a lawsuit against the company. ED revealed about the raid via a tweet.