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Enforcement Directorate grills Farooq Abdullah in money laundering case

DNA Thursday, 1 August 2019
Along with Abdullah other accused include then JKCA general secretary Saleem Khan, treasurer Mohammad Ahsan Mirza and a J&K Bank executive Bashir Ahmed Mansir
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