Indian Authorities have issued a show cause notice to Rahat Fateh Ali Khan for violating the granted foreign exchange. The Indian media propagated this news on Wednesday
The case for the violation of alleged foreign exchange dates back to 2011 when he was traveling with $124,000. The officials of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence intercepted him at Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi for investigation.
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan denied the statement and clarified that he had to travel with a huge amount of cash because he was traveling with a band.
In 2014, the agency again started the investigation against the singer under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).
Today, India’s Enforcement Directorate has issued a show-cause notice to him for the violation of the alleged foreign exchange.
The authorities directed the Singer to reply within 45 days. However, Rahat’s manager Amir Hussain denied the statement and explained that they didn’t receive any notice from any Indian Authority. It is merely propaganda by the Indian media.
Via Samaa TV