ED to question Jacqueline Fernandez over extortion case today | Latest News India

Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday in reference to an ongoing money-laundering investigation towards alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar and others.

The summon discover was issued on December 6. According to her spokesperson, she is testifying earlier than the company as a witness.

On Sunday, the actor was briefly detained on the Mumbai airport, minutes earlier than she was scheduled to fly overseas. Some company officers reached the airport and disallowed the actor from travelling; Fernandez was then requested to stay within the nation as she may be required to be part of the investigation.

She was reportedly flying to Dubai. After a short detention, the actor left the airport at round 6pm.

In the previous, Jaqueline had been questioned by the company a number of occasions.

The federal company is investigating a 200 crore money laundering case towards Chandrashekhar and his actor spouse Leena Maria Paul. He is accused of dishonest some high-profile people, together with former Fortis Healthcare promoter Shivinder Mohan Singh’s spouse Aditi Singh.

According to the cost sheet filed earlier than the particular Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court docket, Chandrashekhar gave costly presents to Fernandez, together with a Persian cat price 9 lakh and a horse.

Another well-known Bollywood actor and dancer Nora Fatehi has additionally been questioned by ED within the case.

As per the investigation, Chandrashekhar was lodged within the Rohini jail in Delhi, when he allegedly ran an extortion racket utilizing telephone spoofing expertise. In August this year, the ED raided a few of Chandrashekhar’s premises and seized a sea-facing bungalow in Chennai, 82.5 lakh in money and over a dozen luxurious automobiles.

It had claimed in an announcement that Chandrashekhar is a “known conman” and is being probed by the Delhi Police in a case of alleged felony conspiracy, dishonest and extortion to the tune of about 200 crore.

The Delhi Police has additionally alleged that Paul and Chandrashekhar, together with others, used Hawala routes, created shell corporations to park the money earned from proceeds of crime.

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