September 25, 2022
215 scam: EOW will interrogate actress Jacqueline Fernandez today, summoned to Delhi in thug Sukesh Chandrasekhar case

Jacqueline FernandezFilm actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who has been summoned by the Delhi Police for the third time today in the Rs 215 crore scam, is expected to reach the Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) office on Wednesday morning, where she is questioned over her relationship with Sukesh Chandrashekhar. Will go The actress has been summoned twice earlier but she did not appear on both the occasions.

It is alleged that when Chandrashekhar was in jail, he allegedly extorted money from the jailed former Ranbaxy owner Shivinder Singh’s wife Aditi Singh on the pretext of getting her husband out on bail, posing as officials of the Union Law Ministry and PMO. Had it.

Fernandez is being probed on charges of receiving from Chandrashekhar a luxury gift purchased using the proceeds of the crime. Fernandez was earlier summoned by the Delhi Police on August 29, when he had requested an adjournment citing his schedule. Then she was called for 12 September but she did not appear again.

a questionnaire of over 50 questions

A senior police officer said that they have prepared a questionnaire of over 50 questions which will be placed before Fernandez. And they will be asked for answers. Fernandez has been asked to report to the EOW office on Mandir Marg by 11 am on Wednesday, the official said. The officer said the questions were specifically related to the gifts he had allegedly received from Chandrashekhar. Jacqueline will be asked how many times she had met Chandrashekhar or connected with him over the phone, when he was posing as a government official from jail to extort money. Earlier, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had questioned Fernandez on August 30 and October 20 last year, following which officials said Jacqueline admitted to receiving gifts from Chandrashekhar. The ED had also said that Fernandez used the proceeds of the offense to buy gifts for himself and his family members in India as well as abroad and that it amounts to money laundering under Section 3 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002. is a crime.

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