- Enforcement Directorate has summoned former Mumbai police commissioner Sanjay Pandey
- The summons have been issued in reference to cash laundering case
- Sanjay Pandey retired as Mumbai prime cop on June 30
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned former Mumbai police commissioner Sanjay Pandey on July 5 in reference to a cash laundering case, an official from the Central company mentioned on Sunday.
The summons have been despatched on Saturday to Pandey, who retired from the police drive on June 30, the ED official added.
Whereas Pandey was unavailable for remark, the official mentioned the previous police commissioner might seem earlier than the anti-money laundering company in Delhi.
The official, nevertheless, refused to disclose for which cash laundering case the summons had been issued to the retired IPS officer.
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