CBI arrests Pune realtor Avinash Bhosale in YES Bank-DHFL case
The CBI on late Thursday arrested Pune-based realtor and politician Avinash Bhosale in connection with the DHFL-Yes Bank scam case.
 
Bhosale is the founder of the ABIL Group, which allegedly had certain dealings with the DHFL-YES Bank.
 
His daughter Swapnali Kadam is the wife of Maharashtra Minister of State for Agriculture Vishwajeet Kadam, the son of the late Congressman and ex-Minister Dr Patangrao Kadam.
 
Further details were awaited and the CBI has not made any official comment on the development so far.
 
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