The charge sheet also contains the name of Memon’s wife and other family members.
Mumbai’s special court of Prevention and Money Laundering
Act is likely to take cognisance of the report on Thursday.
Sources said that the charge sheet has cited certain transactions involving Dheeraj Wadhawan and Sunblink Developers, which had allegedly played a key role in diverting money for Memon.
The report also contains details of DHFL
exposure to Sunblink which had brought three properties from Memon valued Rs 225 crore in 2010. They were Rabia Mansion, Marium Lodge and Sea View, which were allegedly used by Memon to launder over Rs 2,000 crore.
The probe agency claims that Bindra brokered a deal between Mirchi and Sunblink to develop three buildings in Worli that originally belonged to Sir Mohammad Yusuf Trust. They (buildings) were illegally taken over by Mirchi.
ED had arrested Bindra for brokering a deal and receiving fees of about Rs 30 crore from Mirchi through the hawala route. Merchant was arrested for creating a trail of fake tenants on the properties in Worli, which includes his family members and relatives.
Exposure of the non-banking financial company came to light when the enforcement agency arrested Mirchi’s close aides.
had earlier clarified on its exposure to Sunblink Developers to stock exchanges, saying it had in the normal course of business funded certain projects of various companies in and around Mumbai.
“Due to market conditions, the borrowers had streamlined their internal operations, whereby they have, by certain corporate actions, merged some of their companies into Sunblink. As a result, as on date, Sunblink is mentioned as a borrower,” it had said in a filing to the stock exchange.