In a move that could trigger an extreme political discussion in the State, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has stretched out its test to the Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board (KIIFB), the leader foundation financing and improvement arm of the State government. The circumstance of the test achieves importance as the State is good to go for the Assembly surveys and the State government attempting to dazzle electors by exhibiting the foundation advancement projects it completed utilizing the assets activated by KIIFB. While the ED has requested the senior authorities from Axis Bank, the vital investor of the venture, to show up for cross-examination on Wednesday, it has asked K. M. Abraham, the CEO of the Board to be available at its Kochi office on March 5. The Deputy CEO has been brought to show up on March 4 for cross-examination, as indicated by sources. Principally, the office is examining the infringement of the Foreign Exchange Management Act in the monetary exchanges including the board. The office may test more points of the monetary arrangements as the examination advances, sources demonstrated. The Chief Minister is the executive of the Board and the Finance Minister its Vice-Chairman. The Chief Secretary, the Vice-Chairman of the State Planning Board, the secretaries of Law, Finance and Finance Resources are its individuals. There are additionally seven free individuals on the board. The ED has additionally been examining the LIFE Mission, the mass lodging task of the State government, a project at Wadakkancherry It had likewise reserved an argument against M. Sivasankar, the previous Principal Secretary to the Kerala Chief Minister, by conjuring the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. The organization fought that the previous top official, in intrigue with the denounced in the strategic channel gold carrying case, had washed the returns of gold sneaking.