Zakir Naik charged with money laundering in India


As per the most recent reports from Indian news sources, the Indian Enforcement Directorate has recorded a charge-sheet against the torch Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik, blaming him for money laundering.

The charge-sheet was recorded in a special court in Mumbai under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act and this is the first occasion when that a charge-sheet has been documented against Naik.

Naik is blamed for obtaining $28million worth of benefits, which he has fervently denied. Furthermore, he has likewise been blamed for spreading loathe discourse and inciting terrorism by Indian authorities.

The ED has distinguished resources worth 1.93billion Indian rupees and joined properties esteemed at Indian Rs504600 for the situation up until now.

The joined properties incorporate interests in different endeavors, for example, common assets, Islamic International School working in Chennai, 10 pads, three godowns, two structures, and land in Pune and Mumbai, other than 10 ledgers, as per India’s money related wrongdoing examining organization.

Zakir Naik’s incendiary lectures have impelled various Muslim youth in India to do unlawful exercises and committed terrorism”, ED told the court.

The office has blamed him for using funds from “questionable or suspicious sources” to purchase property in India and account occasions where he made “provocative talks”.


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