New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached assets worth over Rs 145 crore of a Bengaluru-based spices company in a money laundering probe linked to an alleged loan fraud in the J&K Bank.
The agency said in a statement issued on Wednesday that a factory building, shops, flats and lands of the company, S A Rawther Spices Pvt Ltd, and others were provisionally attached under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
The total value of the attached properties is Rs 145.26 crore, it said.
The ED case stems from an FIR filed by the Anti-Corruption Bureau of the J&K Police against the company and its promoter director Syed Anish Rawther, the then manager of J&K Bank branch located at BU Infantry Road in Bengaluru and other officials of the same bank, in August, 2019.
“In the FIR, it was alleged that S A Rawther Spices Pvt Ltd defaulted loan and was declared NPA (non…