According to police sources, checking the bank account of Raj Kundra has revealed that he has done some online betting. The police suspect that the money earned from the porn film has been used for betting.
Kanpur. Raj Kundra, husband of businessman and actress Shilpa Shetty, is getting badly involved in the porn film case. In the investigation, the police are getting new facts and evidence against him every day. In this episode, the Kanpur connection of actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband and businessman Raj Kundra, who was trapped in the case of making a porn film on Saturday, has also come to the fore. Part of the earnings of Raj Kundra’s company used to be in the accounts of two of his clients in Kanpur. Evidence of transactions has been found dozens of times in open accounts in Barra and Cantt banks. These accounts were seized on Friday on the instructions of the Mumbai Crime Branch.
2.38 crores are deposited in their accounts. Mumbai Police has seized 18 bank accounts of 11 associates of Raj Kundra. In this, Rs 7.31 crore is deposited. Two of these names came out of Kanpur. One of them is a woman named Harshita Srivastava. Another name is of Narbada Srivastava. Harshita’s account is in a branch of Punjab National Bank located in Barra. Two crore 32 lakh 45 thousand 222 rupees are deposited in this account.
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According to police sources, investigation of Raj Kundra’s bank account has revealed that he has done some online betting. The police suspect that the money earned from the porn film has been used for betting. The police have to investigate this angle. Since Kundra’s arrest on July 21, a lot of data has been deleted, the police are now trying to recover it.
Custody extended till July 27
The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police arrested Raj Kundra on Monday (July 12) night for making obscene films and broadcasting them through some apps. After this he was in police custody till 23 July. A Mumbai court on Friday (July 23) extended Raj’s police custody till July 27.