One of Maldives largest businesses, Redwave is facing allegations of money laundering.
Redwave owned by B. Eydhafushi constituency MP, Ahmed Saleem was summoned last night for questioning in regard to suspected money laundering allegations and Maldives Marketing & Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) corruption scandal by the Asset Recovery Commission.
The Asset Recovery Commission is investigating the MMPRC corruption case with Maldives Police Service and Anti Corruption Commission (ACC).
Around 267 people are implicated in the MMPRC corruption case, which includes 44 former members of parliament, 16 current members of parliament, 30 top officials from the former government, 5 members of independent commissions, 6 officers of national defence services and 5 judges, according to the Asset Recovery Commission.
The commission has not revealed any further information regarding the summoning of MP Ahmed Saleem, since the investigation is still ongoing.