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Raninder fails to appear before Enforcement Directorate

Jalandhar, November 6

Summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for the second time today in the alleged FEMA case, Raninder Singh, son of CM Capt Amarinder Singh, did not appear and sought adjournment yet again citing medical grounds.

His lawyer and Congress spokesperson Jaiveer Shergill said, "My client is suffering from high fever, cold and cough. He has given sample for RT-PCR Covid test, report of which is awaited. A team of doctors led by Medical Officer, Mohali, has advised him 14-day quarantine. Keeping in view safety of everyone, my client has sought adjournment".

The ED had first issued summons to him on October 27 when he had said he as the president of the National Rifle Association was required to be present before the Parliamentary Standing Committee in the Rajya Sabha that day for a hearing in relation to Olympic Games 2021. Raninder last appeared before the ED on July 21, 2016. He was then asked to explain the alleged movement of funds to Switzerland and creation of Jacaranda Trust in British Virgin Islands. — TNS



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