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Watch: Mehbooba Mufti appears before ED in money laundering case

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Watch: Mehbooba Mufti appears before ED in money laundering case

Watch: Mehbooba Mufti appears before ED in money laundering case

Mehbooba Mufti appeared before the Enforcement Directorate in J&K’s Srinagar.

The PDP president was at the ED in connection with a money laundering case.

Mufti reached the ED on March 25 to face questioning in the case.

The PDP president did not appear before the agency in Delhi on Monday.

Mufti cited she had prior commitments that could not be cancelled.

Her request to ED officials that she be questioned in Srinagar was accepted.

Heavy security force was deployed outside the Enforcement Directorate office.

Watch the full video for more.


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