Goa Cricket Affiliation Fraud: Enforcement Directorate to Probe Case

The 3 arrested GCA officers are accused of getting misappropriated the price range to the track of Rs 3.13crore among 2006 and 2008.
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Enforcement Directorate possibly to probe alleged GCA fraud case
The arrested GCA officers encashed a cheque given via BCCI to GCA
3 GCA existence members had added to BCCI’s observe approximately alleged fraud
Panaji: The Enforcement Directorate is in all likelihood to probe the alleged fraud case related to Goa Cricket Association‘s senior officials, who were in advance arrested by means of nation police and arecurrently out on bail.
When contacted, a senior ED reputable on Sunday stated that they might be investigating the case as theoffence has already been registered on June 6.
The Monetary Offences Cell of the local police had on June 15 arrested GCA President Chetan Dessai, Secretary Vinod Phadke and Treasurer Akbar Mulla at the grievance of GCA existence-member Vilas Desai that that they had allegedly encashed a cheque given with the aid of BCCI to GCA.
The trio are accused of getting misappropriated the budget to the track of Rs 3.13 crore among 2006 and 2008. GCA’s existence participants, along with Prasad Fatarpekar, Vilas Desai and Hemant Attitude hadbrought to BCCI’s be aware about the alleged monetary fraud dedicated through trio.
Fatarpekar in conjunction with Vilas Desai had filed police grievance against the accused and demanded that the ED must inquire into the financial dealings of the cricketing frame from 2007 onwards. Fatarpekarsaid they needed to method the ED after BCCI continuously left out their communications exposing the misdeeds within the GCA.
“We have been writing to the BCCI because last twelve months highlighting the corruption via the trio,however our letters fell on their deaf ears,” he claimed. On Friday last, a nearby court docket had granted bail to the three arrested people, with the circumstance that they could live away from GCA office for 15 days and document to the investigating officer for four days.

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