Enforcement Directorate to question Raj Kundra on Money Laundering angle for his hands in pornography case

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Published by Sagarika Patil on 25 Jul 2021

Business,man Raj Kundra’s pornography filmmaking angle is getting serious day by day. After many raids by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch at Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty’s home, a new report suggests that the Enforcement Directorate may now enter in the case. According to Etimes, the ED may be entering to investigate the money laundering angle that might have linked with the current scenario. As per the report, a doubtful financial transaction between Raj Kundra and a South African bank account of Mercury International company (online betting and casino gaming) has come to the fore front. The police added that Shilpa Shetty has denied any role in the racket.

While gathering an update on the case, the Crime Branch Police officials has now found a ‘mystery’ cupboard which was “well concealed” in the walls of Raj Kundra’s office. From the cupboard, several files and boxes pertaining to his finances were recovered.

An officer shared with media that, “We have brought these files, which will be studied by the forensic auditing team. We are sending eight servers seized from Kundra’s office for forensic analysis as prima facie we have found pornographic data deleted after the police busted the racket in February. Experts can find out whether these servers have been used to upload pornographic material to Kenrin.” He also added the information by saying, “We also seized the SAN (Storage Area Network) box. Huge data was deleted once our case was filed on instructions from Raj Kundra. Also, after Kundra’s arrest, more data was deleted.”

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