Bengaluru: IMA ponzi scam's prime accused, Mansoor Khan was on Sunday (July 21) taken to Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences for a check-up after he complained of chest pain and palpitations.

According to reports, it is said that anxiety and stress could be the reason behind the deterioration in his health.

Earlier on Saturday (July 20), Mansoor Khan was sent to Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody till July 23 by a special Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

Duty magistrate Harjit Singh Jaspal sent Khan to ED custody on late Friday (July 19) night.

On Friday (July 19), IMA's prime accused was arrested and questioned after he landed at New Delhi airport from Dubai.

The owner and founder of I Monetary Advisory (IMA), travelled from Dubai to New Delhi after the Special Investigation Team (SIT) located and persuaded him to come to India and submit before the law.

Khan had fled from India in June this year after several complaints were lodged against him in connection with IMA Ponzi scam.

Later, he released a video expressing his desire to come back to the country and participate in the investigation.

An 11-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) headed by DIG B R Ravikanthe Gowda is probing the alleged fraud by the firm. Both the ED and SIT had issued lookout notice against him.

The IMA Jewels has been embroiled in a case where the firm had allegedly cheated a large number of investors after promising them impressive returns on their deposits.

Khan is facing investigation for allegedly cheating 40,000 investors, especially the Muslims in the state. He had claimed that he gave Rs 400 crore to Congress leader Roshan Baig which he failed to return.