Chargesheet against son of Amit Bhosale in Pune plot case

Times of India | 1 week ago | 05-08-2022 | 05:22 am

Chargesheet against son of Amit Bhosale in Pune plot case

MUMBAI: The Enforcement Directorate on Thursday submitted a chargesheet against Amit Bhosale, son of arrested businessman Avinash Bhosale, his company Ara Developers and three others in a money laundering case related to the purchase of a plot in Pune that was allegedly accomplished after manipulating rules. The plot was meant for the construction of a residential building for bureaucrats. After allegedly manipulating the rules, Avinash Bhosale purchased it and constructed the headquarters of his company, Avinash Bhosale Infrastructure Pvt Ltd (ABIL), on it. Avinash Bhosale is also a director in Ara Developers and an ED investigation against him is underway. The ED will file a supplementary chargesheet against Avinash Bhosale in the case. The ED had attached the Pune plot, the market worth of which is over Rs 100 crore, last August. The piece of land in question is Plot No. 2, Yashwant Ghadge Nagar Cooperative Housing Society, Range Hills Corner, Ganeshkhind Road. The government had allotted the land to the family of Ranjit Mohite in 1951 with the condition that it could be transferred only to the government or a commissioned officer. Though plot was meant to construct homes for bureaucrats, Avinash Bhosale purchased it by allegedly manipulating the records in 2002 through his company Ara Developers for Rs 4 crore. After Bhosale constructed his company office building on it, a sale deed was executed between Bhosale and Mohite showing the land value as Rs 11 crore. The ED alleged that Bhosale manipulated government records to purchase the land and laundered the money.

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