After the IMA scam, Mansoor Khan, the accused man, has been arrested but his Range Rover And Jaguar XF are recently found to be in bad conditions at a police station.
Shared by Team-BHP member Tharian, the picture below shows Mansoor Khan’s Range Rover and Jaguar XF parked at a police station. The exact police station remains unknown, but it is clear that the vehicles are parked on the roadside. Both of the vehicles were seized by the authorities in June 2019. Now, they are seen parked beside each other and covered with a layer of dust, which usually happens to the vehicles seized by the police in India.
Mansoon Khan's Range Rover and Jaguar XF are recently found to be in bad conditions at a police station.
Mansoor Khan is accused of stealing over INR 5,600 crores with Ponzi scheme in a serious scam which entails over 23,000 investors. After he fled to UAE, his possessions were sealed. Nevertheless, movable properties such as cars were impounded. The case is also expected to be taken over by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Before the scam, Mansoor used to travel in luxury cars. The black Jaguar XF was regularly used by him and was known to be his favourite vehicle. The Range Rover, which was utilized by Mansoor to travel to the airport when he left the country for UAE, was found in a parking lot of the Bangalore airport.
Before the scam, Mansoon Khan used to travel in very luxury vehicles.
It is also worth noting that this Range Rover was registered in Puducherry, which allows car owners to register their cars with a very low price since it is a union territory. Therefore, many luxury vehicles are registered in Puducherry with fake residence documents and address and are used in many other states.
Being a very exorbitant SUV, the Range Rover is highly popular with celebrities. The SUV receives its power from a 3.0-litre V6 oil burner which can generate 255 BHP against 600 Nm. Meanwhile, the Jaguar XF keeps under its hood a 2.0-litre diesel motor which can deliver 177 BHP against 430 Nm.