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Hasan Ali case: ED officer suspended for 'shoddy' probe

The Enforcement Directorate has suspended an officer for allegedly conducting a shoddy probe into the Hasan Ali Khan case in 2007. Timeline: Hasan Ali case | Who is Kashinath Tapuriah?

mumbai Updated: May 06, 2011 11:11 IST

The Enforcement Directorate has suspended an officer for allegedly conducting a shoddy probe into the Hasan Ali Khan case in 2007.

ED officer Amrinder Kumar Singh was suspended on Thursday for conducting a "shoddy probe", ED sources said on Friday.

The agency will also conduct an inquiry against Singh, they said.

The ED is likely to file a charge sheet against Khan and co-accused Kashinath Tapuriah, a Kolkata-based businessman, in a sessions court in Mumbai.

Khan is accused of stashing $8 billion in foreign banks including UBS Bank in Zurich, while Tapuriah is accused of aiding Khan.

Timeline: Hasan Ali case

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