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ED Questions Omar Abdullah In J&K Bank Case

According to the officials, the Enforcement Directorate questioned the former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah in a case related to purchase of a building by the J&K Bank about 12 years ago.

National Conference flayed ED’s move to question former CM Omar Abdullah in the J&K Bank case and termed it “vicious vilification”. (Photo: PTI)

New Delhi: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate Thursday in connection with the purchase of a building by the J&K Bank about 12 years ago, officials said here.

The National Conference leader arrived at the federal probe agency’s headquarters this morning where his statement in being recorded, they said. The case was registered by the ED earlier this year, they said.

National Conference flayed ED’s move to question former CM Omar Abdullah in the J&K Bank case and termed it “vicious vilification”.

Enforcement Directorate (ED) has been questioning former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah in Delhi, in a connection with the J&K Bank scam case. He appeared before the investigators around 11 am today.

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