The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has enrolled an illegal tax avoidance argument against Satish Kumar, who was a commandant in the Border Security Force (BSF), regarding a steers pirating case across West Bengal-Bangladesh outskirt.
The ED case goes under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, and depends on the FIR held up by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the cows sneaking case.
On Tuesday, the CBI captured Kumar for his supposed inclusion in cows sneaking over the fringe. Prior to his capture, Kumar was addressed by the CBI at the organization's Kolkata office for a few hours. Another blamed, Enamul Haque, who is a merchant, has likewise been captured by the CBI.
Kumar was posted as a commandant in the 36 Battalion of BSF in Malda region from December 19, 2015, to April 22, 2017. Kumar is by and by serving at the BSF unit in Raipur.
The case was enlisted by the CBI on September 21, 2020. On September 23, the CBI did look over a few areas in Kolkata. As indicated by one CBI FIR, the then commandant, 36 Battalion, BSF, three people, obscure local officials and private people were set up for claims of illicit exchange of steers along the West Bengal-Bangladesh fringe.