The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken a significant step in the ongoing investigation of the News Click terror case by issuing summons to Neville Roy Singham, an American millionaire. Singham, who is currently based in Shanghai, China, has been accused of spreading Chinese propaganda in India. The ED has sent the summons through official channels to the Chinese government. This marks the second time Singham has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate. A previous report by The New York Times had alleged that Singham was part of a global network that received funding from him and suggested that he works closely with the Chinese government media machine.
Details of the NewsClick Terror Case:
The NewsClick terror case has been a matter of concern for Indian authorities as they investigate alleged connections between the media organization and illegal activities. NewsClick has faced scrutiny for its alleged involvement in spreading anti-India propaganda and receiving foreign funding without the necessary approvals. The case has gained attention due to its potential national security implications.
The Summons to Neville Roy Singham:
The Enforcement Directorate’s decision to summon Neville Roy Singham is a significant development in the NewsClick terror case. Singham, an American millionaire, is believed to have played a role in spreading Chinese propaganda in India. The ED has taken this step to investigate Singham’s alleged involvement and gather more information about his connections and activities.