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Thursday, 25 July 2024 6.33 AM IST

Crores flowed to Veena Vijayan's bank account in Abu Dhabi as commission, says Shaun George

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KOCHI: Shaun George, BJP leader and son of P C George, alleged that crores flowed into the bank account of chief minister's daughter Veena Vijayan in Abu Dhabi, as commission. The financial transactions of the Exalogic company should be investigated. The money has been deposited in Abu Dhabi-based Commercial Bank to the account of Exalogic Consulting, Media City, UAE. The owners of this are chief minister's daughter Veena Vijayan and Suneesh M, said Shaun while addressing the media.

Transactions worth millions have taken place. It is suspected that the money of the black sand mining company and the cash of monthly transactions came into this account. Money has also come into the account from the SNC Lavlin Company, where a case is being filed against the chief minister in the Supreme Court. A very large amount of money has come to Veena's account from Pricewaterhouse Coopers. Shaun informed that a complaint has been filed with the ED and SFIA requesting a comprehensive investigation in it.


From the money that came to Price Water Coopers, a monthly payment goes to Veena Vijayan's account on a regular basis. A major robbery has taken place under the leadership of the chief minister. The society of Kerala should decide whether to allow such a crook to continue. Shaun mocked that commission was taken even for buying a nail in the chief minister's office.


Shaun George submitted more documents over the bank transactions in the high court. SFIO sources said that more than Rs 3 crore each came to the bank account in Abu Dhabi from the international consultancy firm Pricewaterhouse Cooper and SNC Lavalin. Apart from this, money came to this account from other companies that we have not heard much about and goes to other foreign accounts.


There are hints that this bank account is also behind the enforcement directorate's tightening of stance in the case presently pending in the high court related to KIIFB Masala Bond. The high court will consider today the plea to question former finance minister Dr Thomas Isaac in connection with the spending of the money received in masala bond.

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TAGS: POLITICS, CRORES, FLOWED, VEENA VIJAYAN, BANK ACCOUNT, ABU DHABI, COMMISSION, SHAUN GEORGE
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