Deccan Chronicle on October 21, 2011 released the following:
“Mr Ahsan Ali Syed, who had made headlines after he bought the Spanish football club Racing Santander, is under the Interpol scanner.
Sources said an Interpol officer visited Hyderabad recently and spoke to Mr Ali’s close associates about his family and financial background. He also visited Mr Mir Hyder Ali who had filed a complaint against Mr Ali.
The Hyderabad city police confirmed that the Interpol has launched an inquiry into Mr Ahsan Ali’s assets and cases registered against him, if any, in the city.
Interpol official visit Ali’s house
The Interpol started the inquiry following complaints of alleged financial cheating and breach of promise in various deals that Mr Ahsan Ali had entered into in Spain and New Zealand through his firm Western Gulf Advisory.
In January this year, this newspaper had reported that Mr Ahsan Ali did not come from a rich background contrary to his claims. He owned a house measuring only 80 square-yards in the Old City.
Sources informed this correspondent that the Interpol official visited Ahsan Ali’s house at Darulshifa and spoke to his brother and later met Mr Mir Hyder Ali.
When contacted, Mr Hyder Ali said that the Interpol official had asked him whether he had lodged any complaint against Mr Ehsan Ali.
“I informed the officer that I had sent complaints to the police and the Chief Justice of the AP High Court against Ahsan but I don’t know whether those complaints were registered or not,” he said.
The Interpol official had a photocopy of Mr Ahsan Ali’s Indian passport, Mr Hyder Ali said, adding, “After talking to me he visited Mr Zaidi who is also a victim of Ahsan.”
A case had been registered against Ahsan Ali under Section 420 (cheating) of the IPC (crime No 513\2002) for allegedly cheating a school management out of Rs 4 lakh by promising them to arrange a loan of Rs 1.5 crore from a private bank of which he was legal counsel at that time.
“The Interpol official asked me whether a copy of the FIR was available with me and I replied in the negative,” Mr Hyder Ali added.”
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