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The Naples responds to Ángel Torres: “Of Laurentiis he does not even know who presides over Getafe”

first_imgÈ a buff, a Pretend Information. From Laurentiis non sa nemmeno chi sia il Presidente del Getafe e non ha mai parlato con su sui collaboratori di questo Cucurella. #ForzaNapoliSempre– Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) Could 8, 2020Some statements that, within the azzurro membership, did not sit nicely. Because it occurred a number of instances prior to now, the southern entity responded emphatically, by way of Twitter: “We learn that Naples could be excited about Cucurella and that President De Laurentiis would even name the president of Getafe ‘each three days’. It’s a hoax, a lie”. As well as to denying curiosity, the Azzurri added: “De Laurentis does not even know who the president of Getafe is and by no means spoke to his collaborators at Cucurella este”. Two very arduous tweets, which have triggered a stir (and criticism) on the Italian social networks. The title of Marc Cucurella sounds for Naples, in Italy, since mid-March, and this Thursday a press release by Ángel Torres re-lit the spotlights on the facet, which can also be on the checklist of Inter and Rome. The president of Getafe, talking with ‘Radio Marca’, commented on the following switch market: “Three or 4 are taking part in for us and this yr it is going to be very tough. The president of Naples calls me each three nights. Our goal proper now has to be not to promote “. In tema di Pretend Information (non ci stancheremo mai di dare battaglia alla manipolazione dell’informazione), leggiamo che il Napoli sarebbe fortemente interessato a Cucurella e che, addirittura, il president De Laurentiis chiamerebbe il president of Getafe “ogni tre giorni” (Continua )– Official SSC Napoli (@sscnapoli) Could 8, 2020last_img read more

GOL to Cut Tax on Sanitary Materials

first_imgIn the face of high demand and rush for sanitary materials and bleach products to fight the deadly Ebola virus, the Government of Liberia (GOL) through the tax policy unit of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) says it is reviewing a proposal for the relaxation of tariffs and duties on the importation of sanitary materials and other bleach products in the country.According to the MFDP, the revision will be done in conjunction with the Liberia Revenue Authority. The demand for sanitizers has risen as some drug stores and health centers tend to hold back the products. The price of sanitizers has also begun to rise as most homes, workplaces and commuters struggle to get at least a hand sanitizer and a pair of hand glove. Most offices, health centers and homes have begun enforcing a direct policy requiring people to wash their hands in a sanitized bucket of water before entering and leaving their premises. The MFDP announced the decision yesterday following the death in Nigeria of one of its employee Mr. Patrick Sawyer. The Ministry also announced a measure suspending operations on Monday and urged the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to disinfect all offices hosting the MFDP on Broad Street and Capitol Hill. The MFDP authorities have also placed all staff particularly senior officials, including Finance Minister Amara M. Konneh, coming in direct or indirect contact with Mr. Sawyer on a prescribed 21 days observatory surveillance period starting July 20th, the day Mr. Sawyer departed the country for Nigeria. The MFDP noted that only persons with genuine business dealings and transactions would be permitted on the premises of the Ministry. “All employees, who made no contact but have been traumatized as a result of the situation in the last few days and would like to take some time off, are free to stay home until when it is necessary to return to duty,” the statement said. The MFDP has also restricted the use of its elevator to only 4 persons per trip; prohibited clustering on the stairways and restricted the gathering of people not more than five persons except for meetings in conference spaces or spatial environment. Absolutely no handshakes, hugging of other physical bodily contact is allowed at the MFDP. The Ministry has meanwhile encouraged all employees to wear long sleeve clothing to minimize any possible risk of exposure and has put in place a thorough sanitary program and admonishes all staff to use the hand washer or personalized sanitizers or disposable gloves available at the Ministry’s entrance. The late Patrick Sawyer was the Coordinator of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) National Unit at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

UN Urges Weah Administration to Promote Reconciliation, Land and Constitutional Reforms

first_imgUN Security CouncilThe UN Security Council has emphasized the need for the Liberian government to make “expanded efforts to address the root causes of conflict, reinvigorate reconciliation processes, promote land reform, and advance constitutional and institutional reforms.”In a statement issued in New York on Thursday, the President of the Security Council said these efforts should especially be made in the justice and security sectors, promote women’s and youths’ active participation in Peace-building.The statement also called on Liberian authorities to extend state authority and social services throughout the country, continue to improve respect for human rights, and build trust between Liberian citizens and the government institutions.The Security Council welcomes the continued implementation of the Liberia Peace-building Plan, entitled’ Sustaining Peace and Securing Development’ (S/2017/282).The plan was submitted by the Secretary-General to the Council pursuant to Security Council Resolution 2333 (2016) after development through close consultation among the United Nations, the Government of Liberia, and partners.The Security Council notes actions undertaken during Phase I of the plan and the beginning of Phase II in support of the Government of Liberia’s commitment to develop durable national capacities critical to sustain peace.It also encourages all stakeholders to enhance efforts to fulfill their commitments and provide their support for successful implementation.At the same time, the UN Security Council is requesting the Secretary-General to undertake within a year, and within existing resources, a study of the role of UNMIL in the resolution of conflicts and challenges in Liberia through the contributions of good offices, political mediation, and the sanctions regime.The Council also wants the study to look at other relevant factors as appropriate that allowed for the successful completion of UNMIL’s mandate and transition to the United Nations Country Team (UNCT).The Security Council looks forward to the results of this study, including further lessons learned and recommendations on the best practices of United Nations peacekeeping missions in transition.It, also expresses its intention to consider options for taking them into account in the context of its ongoing work to enhance the overall effectiveness of United Nations peacekeeping.The United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) completed its mandate in Liberia on 30 March 2018, after being present in this West African state since 2003.In its statement on Thursday, the Security Council commended the remarkable achievements and notable progress made by the people and Government of Liberia to consolidate lasting peace and stability since 2003 and their continued commitment to respect and develop democratic processes and institutions.The Council underlined significant improvements in social cohesion, the overall security situation in Liberia, and progress on respect for human rights, all” of which play crucial roles in consolidating peace and stability.The Liberian government was commended for its preparation and execution of the 2017 legislative and presidential elections and peaceful resolution of disputes, which have helped to build the resilience of Liberia’s  democratic institutions.The Security Council also expressed appreciation to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the African Union and all international, regional and domestic election observation missions for their contributions to the transparency of the electoral process and timely assessments.It also commended UNMIL’s multifaceted assistance provided to the 2017 elections process.In another development, the President of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly, Mr. Miroslav Lajčák has identified peace-building and sustaining peace as a key priority.In backdrop a High-Level Meeting on Peace-building and Sustaining Peace will be held on 24 and 25 April 2018 to assess efforts undertaken and opportunities to strengthen the United Nations’ work on peace-building and sustaining peace.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Chenge to miss Hong Kong Repechage tie

first_img0Shares0000Kenya Simbas skipper Davis Chenge dives in to make a try during the Rugby Africa Gold Cup cum Elgon Cup tie against Uganda at the RFUEA Ground on July 7, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 16 – Kenya Simbas captain Davis Chenge will miss Saturday’s crucial World Cup qualification Repechage tie against Hong Kong after picking up a shoulder injury in last weekend’s 65-19 loss to Canada.The skipper will however be in time to get back to action for the final match of the tournament against Germany. Head coach Ian Snook has made six changes to the squad that lost to Canada with Former Captain Wilson K’opondo returning to the starting fray and will stand in for Chenge while Elkeans Musonye, Felix Ayage and Nelson Oyoo also getting into the starting team.Mohammed Omollo, Moses Amusala, Oliver Mang’eni and Darwin Mukidza have been rested for the crucial tie.Having lost against Canada, the Simbas have to win against Hong Kong to keep their World Cup dreams alive. They sit bottom of the four-team tournament with the Canadians leading while Germany who also beat Hong Kong in the first game sit second.Germany and Canada will clash in the other fixture of the day.Simbas Squad to face Hong Kong 1- Patrick Ouko  2- Colman Were 3- Joseph Odero 4- Wilson K’opondo (c) 5- Malcolm Onsando  6- Andrew Amonde 7- Elkeans Musonye  8- Joshua Chisanga  9- Felix Ayange 10- Sammy Oliech  11- Willy Ambaka 12- Leo Seje Owade 13- Collins Injera  14- Nelson Oyoo 15- Tony OnyangoReserves: 16- Philip Ikambili 17- Ephraim Oduor 18- Hilary Mwanjilwa 19- George Nyambua  20- Martin Owilah 21- Samson Onsomu 22- William Reeve 23- Dalmus Chituyi0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


first_imgCongratulations to the Rosapenna Irish Mixed Foursomes team who had a commanding win over Carrickfergus Golf Club at the Roe Park Resort on Tuesday night last.The Rosapenna team claimed all 5 matches to advance to the Ulster Semi final where they will face Carnalea Golf Club at Killymoon G.C on or before Thursday the 16th of August.Our Jimmy Bruen team were beaten in the Ulster Semi final by Killymoon G.C in Strabane last Friday night. In a close contest that could of gone either way Killymoon came out on top winning 3-2 on the night with one match losing on the first tie hole and one losing on the 17th green.Well done to all the players on reaching that stage of the competition and many thanks for all the effort that was put in all season by the panel of players & team captains.The club competition on Sunday the 29th of July was won by Tommy Ferguson with 37 pts bot. Runner up was Edward McGroddy with 37 pts.The gross winner was Charlie McClafferty with 29 gross pts. Third place was Eddie McGinley with 36 pts bot. Good luck to the Rosapenna Senior Scratch Matchplay team who take on Portsalon G.C in the county semi final.The home leg of the semi final will be played this Friday the 3rd of August at 5.00pm over the Old Tom Morris Links. Home support is welcome.Congratulations to our Junior Scratch Matchplay team who beat Buncrana G.C 4-3 at home to leave the overall tie at 7-7 after the two legs to force a play off.The Rosapenna team captain Joe McHugh decided to send out one of his fresher faced players in young Pete McBride Jnr who duly delivered winning on the second tie hole to put the team in the county final where they will face Letterkenny Golf Club. Well done to all involved.Our Donegal League team were in action on Tuesday night away to Cloughaneely G.C in the county semi final first leg. On a wet & windy night Rosapenna put in a fine performance winning the match 3-2 and 4 holes up away from home.The return leg will take place next week.Congratulations to our Donegal Over 50’s team who beat Ballybofey/S by claiming the 1.5 matches necessary away to advance to the county final where they will face either Strabane or North-West.The 2012 Leitrim Cup sponsored by the Pavilion Golf Shop will be played over the Sandy Hills Links this Sat 4th, Sun 5th & Monday the 6th of August. There will be 18 hole singles stableford qualifying on Sat & Sun with 1st, 2nd, Gross and 3rd from each day going through to the matchplay stages on Monday morning. The quarter finals will be played over the front nine of Sandy Hills Links starting at 8.30am followed by the semi finals over the back nine of the Sandy Hills Links.The 18 hole final will take place over the Sandy Hills Links at 3.00pm sharp.All entries will be taken in the Pavilion Golf Shop with a time-sheet in operation.The Rosapenna Open Week begins next Friday the 10th of August with competitions for Ladies & Gents running until Sunday the 19th of August.The entry fee is 10e R/P Member, 20e D/L club member and 30e for Visitors. GUI cards required. No max h’cap. Booking is now available on 074-915-5000.All first round ties of the club singles matchplay must be completed by Tuesday the 6th of August, any undecided ties will be tossed for.All second round ties must be completed by Monday the 13th August.The fourth round of the club doubles matchplay must be completed by Monday the 13th of August.The draw for the 2012 Ulster Senior Cup Semi Final has been made with Rosapenna facing Warrenpoint (8.35am) and Dunmurry playing Moyola Park (7.45am).The semi final (am) and final (pm) will both take place at Portstewart Golf Club on Sunday the 19th of August.The Pavilion Restaurant is open from Thursday 2nd – Monday 6th and from Thursday 9th – Sunday 19th of August with our new menu served from 5.00-8.00pm.Contact 074-915-5000 for reservations.PGA Professional Noel Callan is available for lessons at the Rosapenna Practice Groundby appointment, all enquires can be made by contacting Noel directly on 0044-7789-157654.The Practice Ground is open seven days with the ball dispenser in operation and new super range golf balls in use.GOLF NEWS: ROSAPENNA GOLF CLUB NOTES was last modified: August 1st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Rosapenna Golf club noteslast_img read more


first_imgGLENSWILLY GAA NOTESHealth and WellbeingThe club will have a group entry in the Darkness Into Light event on May 7th next. People can walk or run the event in aid of Pieta House (supporting their self-harm and suicide services). Anyone interested in joining the group and raising money for this really worthy cause can text 086 1611240. The cost is €20. GamesOn 24th April next, the Seniors and Reserves travel to Termon. The Reserves games throws in at 1.30pm while the Senior games starts at 3pm. Both games to be played in the Burn Rd Termon.The 3rd Team play on Saturday next, 23rd April against St Eunans in O’Donnell Park with a throw-in time of 6.00pm.Deadline for Garda vetting Anyone looking to help out at underage training will now have to wait until the 29th April to get Garda Vetted. Garda Vetting forms are no longer excepted but those needing garda vetting can do so online after 29th April. Details on how to apply will follow.Ladies notesLadies game was postponed at the weekend. It will now take place this Sunday 24th at home.Under 14 girls were narrowly defeated in Annagry on Monday 18th. U14 girls Training continues Monday evenings at the training pitch 6-7.15.Under 12 girls training is at the main pitch on Wednesday 6.30-7.30. Date for your diary – Table Quiz takes place in Callaghans on Friday 27th May, teams of 4, €20 per team. All support welcome.Under 14sThe U14s boys team finished off their league campaign with a good win against St Eunans on Monday night last.Well done Philip Well done to senior team goalkeeper Philip O’Donnell who has received a rising star award this week.Monthly meetingsThe minor board and general monthly meetings take place on Monday next, April 25th. The minor board meeting starts at 7.55pm and at least one manager form each underage squad is asked to be there. The general meeting starts at 9pm.BingoBingo continues in the hall every Wednesday night starting at 9pm. People are asked to come along early as the bingo is proving very popular with great cash prizes on offer.NotesAnybody who wants to have anything included in the weekly notes can email before Monday night. Thank you.GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY SENIORS AND RESERVES FACE TERMON was last modified: April 19th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:donegalGlenswilly noteslast_img read more


first_imgIRISH supermodel Faye Dinsmore has revealed her heartache at the death of her Donegal school-friend Elaine Morrow.Elaine, 23, died after a scuba-diving accident off the coast of Queensland in Australia on Monday last.Catwalk queen Faye, who was classmates at primary school in Ballintra with Elaine, revealed how she still can’t believe what has happened. The pair grew up together in the rural townland in south-west Donegal where they attended the tiny four teacher Robertson National School.Stunned Faye, also 23, posted a message on Elaine’s Facebook page revealing how she was only chatting to people two days ago about going to school with Elaine and two others friends Marion and Alana.“I still can’t believe it. Randomly the day before yesterday someone asked me what primary school was like and I was talking about how small it was and there were only the four of us girls, me, Elaine, Marion and Alana. I can’t believe it,” wrote a shocked Fay.Faye, who has more than 250,000 followers on her Facebook site, has replied to many messages of support which have flooded in from around the globe since Elaine’s shocking death. Elaine’s family have asked for privacy while they await the result of a post mortem which took place today.The Maynooth NUI biology graduate was on the second day of a three day dive on board the boat Summertime, was with about a dozen other tourists off Whitsundays Islands when she went missing around 4.15pm on Monday local time.She was found a short time later on the ocean floor in 11 metres of water and when she reached the surface, a number of people tried CPR but failed to revive her.She was then rushed to Haman Island Medical Centre where a nurse administered CPR but this also failed to bring the woman back.A Morrow family member revealed that the family will not be speaking about the loss of Elaine at the moment. “The family would ask that they would be given the courtesy of privacy at this point in time, to come to terms with the loss of Elaine,” he said.Donegal County Councillor Phonsie Travers said Elaine’s parents Jimmy and Margaret and her two younger sisters are just devastated by what has happened.He added that while a full investigation will be carried out into Elaine’s death, there is speculation that she may have become separated from the group.“I spoke to an uncle of Elaine’s and he told me she had not been a diver. This was perhaps only her first or maybe second time. “It appears that she got separated from the group she was with and she may have panicked. But we will have to wait until the official police investigation is carried out,” he said.EndsSUPERMODEL FAYE’S HEARTACHE FOR DROWNED SCHOOLPAL ELAINE was last modified: April 21st, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:AustraliadrownedElaine MorrowFaye Dinsmorelast_img read more


first_imgA convicted rapist from Northern Ireland who went on the run in Donegal has admitted breaching the terms of the police sex offenders register.Rapist Joseph McCabe went on the run in Donegal.Joseph McCabe, 29, pleaded guilty at Belfast Crown Court to failing to notify police of his intention to travel outside the UK. McCabe was released from jail last April and went on the run turning up in Burtonport with another convicted man.The pair later handed themselves in after Donegal Daily exposed their whereabouts.McCabe, originally from west Belfast but now with an address at a city centre hostel, went on the run after serving half of a 14-year jail term for the rape and burglary of a pensioner, sparking an island-wide manhunt.On 1 February 2005, McCabe and another man broke into the home of a then aged 64-year-old woman and subjected her to what a judge described as a “terrifying prolonged ordeal” and a violent sexual offence carried out with “significant gratuitous violence”.Last May, Judge Kevin Finnegan QC, who originally jailed McCabe for the pensioner’s rape, suspended his licence for a year, sending him back into custody for 12 months.The judge adjourned passing sentence in the breach matters until pre-sentence probation reports have been compiled next month.RAPIST ADMITS BREACHING BAIL AFTER HE FLED TO DONEGAL was last modified: September 5th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegaljoseph mccaberapistlast_img read more

Overwhelming response to #LoveDonegal trend on Twitter

first_imgTwitter is definitely feeling the love for Donegal today during the worldwide #LoveDonegal campaign.Today, Wednesday, was officially declared as #LoveDonegal day by Donegal Connect to promote the county among the diaspora.The hashtag has been a top trending topic all day long as people share tweets about their favourite things about life in the county. People, sport, food, travel and business in Donegal have all been put into the spotlight through thousands of tweets and retweets. Well known and influential people all over the world have been celebrating their connection to the county. boys and me last summer in Donegal — “Your hearts are like your mountains in the homes of Donegal.” #LoveDonegal— Martin O’Malley (@MartinOMalley) August 14, 2019“We’ve been trending at Number 1 in Ireland almost continuously since 7am this morning,” says Michael Tunney, chief executive of Donegal Local Enterprise Office – a lead partner in Donegal Connect. “By lunchtime, we’ve had a reach of over 6.6m on Twitter – an unbelievable response.”Michael says the #LoveDonegal team had worked hard in advance getting the word out. “But we’ve been blown away by the number of people who’ve just come on board today because they’ve seen the hashtag. People are posting about their holidays here, their ancestors, their home towns and villages. It’s fantastic.” The Twitter Day is part of a marketing campaign to promote the Donegal Connect project and their events running from 27th September to 6th October this year.“Donegal Connect is about linking up with all those who have Donegal roots around the world, or who simply #LoveDonegal, to boost the local economy. This Twitter campaign shows just how much people really do love our county. It’s acting as incredible showcase of the Donegal landscape but also Donegal business, and the way of life and heritage here.”The events planned from 27th Sept to 6th Oct also aim to showcase what Donegal has to offer.Michael said: “We want more people to visit, take jobs here, invest in the county, start business here, relocate or retire here, to grow our local economy.”He sings it … I speak it #LoveDonegal— Noel Cunningham (@DonegalNoel) August 14, 2019Today and everyday #LoveDonegal #Home #DúnnanGallAbú— Jason Quigley (@jay_quigley) August 14, 2019The project’s main funder is Fáilte Ireland, via the Global Irish Festival Series Fund.Wild Atlantic Way Manager Joan Crawford says “#LoveDonegal is a great opportunity to engage with people in the world who have a fond connection with this spectacular county and want to share a piece of ‘their’ Donegal”. Malin Heads residents “Sunny & Banba” or Dolphins. What’s not to #LoveDonegal They can be spotted from #malinhead pier most days @markyptweets @GregHughes2 @EileenMagnier @wildatlanticway @Visit_Inishowen @GoToIrelandCA @DiscoverIreland @discoverirl @Failte_Ireland— Ali Farren (@SunnyMalinHead) August 14, 2019There’s still plenty of time to get involved in #LoveDonegal day this Wednesday. All you have to do is post a Tweet with the hashtag #LoveDonegal or #DúnnanGallAbúIdeas on what to Tweet for #LoveDonegal Day:If you live in Donegal, Tweet about your community, your business, your family, your work, where you live, your sports team or club – basically anything! – using the hashtag #LoveDonegal.If you don’t live here but visit or have roots here, you can Tweet about e.g. what you love about Donegal, favourite places, people & things to do here, using the hashtag #LoveDonegal. Add a photo to your Tweet too, if you can.  You can post to Instagram as well, if you have an account and have time, but Twitter is our priority on the day. Tweets/posts can talk about:visiting or travelling around Donegal,the people of Donegal,the landscape, coastline or islands of Donegal….music, arts, sport, marine, business, culture & food,the Gaeltacht and the Irish languageYou can take part by:Tweeting personally from your personal account using #LoveDonegalTweeting from your work, club our group Twitter accounts, if availablePosting your Donegal pictures to Twitter (and Instagram too,) adding #LoveDonegalRetweeting other #LoveDonegal tweetsAsking your friends & family at home and abroad to join inHappy Donegal Day! 💙 To celebrate this truly wild and awe-inspiring county, here are our top 10 reasons to #LoveDonegal! #WIldAtlanticWay— Wild Atlantic Way (@wildatlanticway) August 14, 2019Overwhelming response to #LoveDonegal trend on Twitter was last modified: August 14th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

ED files chargesheet against Punjab firm

first_imgThe Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a chargesheet against the proprietor of Ludhiana-based Jaldhara Export, and others for alleged money laundering after availing of fraudulent Value Added Tax (VAT) refunds to the tune of ₹1.56 crore from the Punjab government.The chargesheet has been filed against the company’s proprietor Raman Kumar Garg, Vinod Kumar Garg and Umesh Kumar. Jaldhara Export had allegedly shown fraudulent exports of readymade garments worth ₹33.36 crore to Bangladesh during 2012-13 on the basis of which it claimed VAT refunds to the tune of ₹1.56 crores from the State.During an enquiry with the Custom authorities, it was found that the shipping bills and other documents submitted by the company were allegedly fabricated. “The stamps and seals on these bills were also found to be forged. Accordingly, an FIR was registered [against] Raman Kumar Garg, the company’s proprietor, in Ludhiana,” said an ED official. Based on the police investigation, the ED registered a case under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act against the proprietor and the company. “Mr. Garg and his family members were involved in said illegal activity. The ill-gotten money was transferred to different firms owned by the family members and from there, it was withdrawn in cash,” said the official. During the probe, the ED attached two immovable properties worth ₹58.45 lakh in May last year. On December 13, the agency attached three more properties worth ₹79.84 lakh.last_img read more