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The ED on Friday summoned former Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey and asked him to appear in Delhi for questioning in connection with the illegal phone tapping of NSE personnel. Let us tell you that in the phone tapping case, CBI had alleged that Narayan and Ramakrishna had engaged a company of retired Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey to illegally intercept phone calls of stock market employees.
accused in these cases
Earlier the CBI and now the ED (Enforcement Directorate) had booked former Maharashtra DGP Sanjay Pandey, his Delhi-based company, Chitra Ramakrishna, former MD and CEO of NSE, Ravi Narayan, Executive Vice President Ravi Varanasi and NSE Premises Head Mahesh Haldipur in their respective cases. implicated in.
The probe was handed over to the CBI after the ED came to know about the alleged irregularities under covert surveillance, after which it reported it to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), officials said.
ED had questioned former police commissioner Sanjay Pandey
Sanjay Pandey, a 1986 batch Indian Police Service IPS officer, retired from service on 30 June. Prior to his four-month stint as the Police Commissioner of Mumbai, he served as the Director General of Police of Maharashtra.
Earlier on July 5, former Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Pandey had appeared before the ED in the money laundering case related to the co-location scam of NSE. Officials said Sanjay Pandey was called for questioning in the National Stock Exchange co-location scam. He had appeared at the ED office in Delhi.
His statements were recorded under the PMLA Act. 1986 batch IPS Sanjay Pandey’s tenure as Mumbai Police Commissioner was in a lot of controversies. He retired on 30 June. Three days after this, he was summoned by the ED by sending summons.