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200 crore extortion case against conman: Actor Nora Fatehi questioned

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New Delhi: The Delhi Police questioned Bollywood actor Nora Fatehi for around four hours on Friday in relation to a 200-crore extortion case connected to imprisoned conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. The Delhi Police's Economic Offenses Wing questioned Ms Fatehi.

Sukesh Chandasekhar and Ms Fatehi have already been questioned together by the Enforcement Directorate on allegations of money laundering. The money trail in the extortion case's money trail includes this investigation as one of the charges.

Ms Fatehi had denied speaking to the con artist before December 12, 2020, when questioned by the investigation agency, but Sukesh said he had spoken to her two weeks earlier after an event.

Ms Fatehi asserted that she initially said "ok" when Sukesh gave her the expensive BMW automobile but afterwards said she didn't need it. So I informed Bobby about this, Bobby had spoken to Sukesh in this regard. I told Bobby to take the car if he is getting this chance". Bobby Khan is a family friend of the Bollywood actor. This was also refuted by the con artist, who claimed that the family friend had no involvement and that Ms Fatehi had received the automobile directly from him.

When asked if expensive presents, such as designer bags, had been exchanged between them, she said no and claimed that she was publicly given a Gucci bag and an iPhone 12 at an event where she was the chief guest, NDTV reported.

Sukesh Chandrashekhar, however, claimed that he had given the Bollywood actor some cash in addition to the four bags that she had chosen herself. He asserted that Ms Fatehi's employees had picked up the bags at a Mumbai shopping centre.

Aditi Singh and Shivender Singh, former promoters of pharmaceutical behemoth Ranbaxy, were reportedly victimised by Sukesh Chandrashekhar, who extorted them out of over 215 crores rupees.

Sukesh Chandrasekhar and his wife Leena Maria Paul were detained by the ED for three days in connection with the extortion case involving 200 crores of rupees as ordered by a Delhi court. They were detained in accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) for operating an extortion ring out of a jail in Delhi.

Leena Maria Paul contacted her, placed the phone on speaker, and Sukesh thanked her and said that they were her fans, according to Nora Fatehi, who had earlier made the claim. She then stated that as a sign of their affection and generosity, they would give her a brand-new BMW automobile.

Two times in 2021, Ms Fatehi's claims were documented under section 50 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, in which she claimed to have received a booking for a charity event and received gifts of an iPhone and a Gucci bag from Sukesh's wife.




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