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JOHANNESBURG - The state catch commission has heard that the Gupta illegal tax avoidance network paid seaward organizations connected to the infamous al-Khanani organization, whose activities were connected to al-Qaeda, alongside human and medication dealing. 

Analyst for criminology firm Shadow World Investigations, Paul Holden, on Tuesday affirmed again about the alleged seaward inland extensions. 

He said that since the last time he showed up, the aggregate sum of agreements corrupted by state catch had gone up from R49 billion to R57 billion and that payoffs to the Guptas were presently at R16 billion. 

"Elements that were making installments utilizing Gupta endeavor assets into the Hong Kong seaward organization sure of these organizations were additionally making use at the same time of this al-Khanani organization," Holden told the commission. 

Altaf Khanani was viewed as one of the world's most needed tax criminals until he was captured in Panama in 2015 by the US Drug Enforcement Administration. 

"South African Reserve Bank records show that a measure of $2 million, that is R23 million, in February and March 2015 to one of the al-Khanani network organizations, Truhaven, which moved 52 million to four diverse Al Khanani MLO organizations, including Jetline Trading," Holden said. 

Holden said Truhaven likewise paid neighborhood organizations, including Smart Fabrics Trading, which was connected to Sahara Computers. 

"The al-Khanani network was laundering cash for global medication cartels and was additionally engaged with getting scattering washing assets for psychological militant gatherings, for example, al-Qaeda," he said.

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