Former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah is being questioned once again by the Enforcement Directorate at its Srinagar Zonal office in connection with the J&K Cricket Association Scam.

Farooq was questioned for six hours on Monday as well.

According to media reports, the 83-year-old National conference patron is being questioned about his role and decisions taken when the alleged fraud took place in the association when he was the JKCA president.

The agency's case is based on a complaint filed by the CBI, which booked former JKCA office-bearers, including general secretary Mohammed Saleem Khan and former treasurer Ahsan Ahmad Mirza.

The CBI had also filed a charge sheet in 2018 claiming 'misappropriation of JKCA funds amounting to Rs 43.69 crore' from grants given by the Board of Control for Cricket in India to promote the sport in the erstwhile state between 2002 and 2011.