Sukesh did not give me any gift… ED interrogated Nora Fatehi for 5 hours

Nora Fatehi claimed before the Economic Offenses Wing in September that she was the “victim of the conspiracy and not the conspirator”. She also showed the police screenshots of her chats with Sukesh.

Bollywood actress Nora Fatehi

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Nora Fatehi has left from Delhi’s ED i.e. Enforcement Directorate office. Sukesh Chandrasekhar And Nora was being questioned in the 200 crore fraud case. According to media reports, Nora Fatehi, who reached Delhi’s Enforcement Directorate office since morning, was questioned for five hours. Let us tell you, even before this Nora has been questioned by the ED in the money laundering case. This is the fifth time Nora has been questioned. About three months back, on 15 September, Nora was also questioned.

Many celebs have been questioned by the Economic Offenses Wing of Delhi Police in the case of 200 crores fraud. During this, Sukesh’s manager Pinky Irani was arrested by the Delhi Police. After leaving the ED office after five hours, when reporters asked him if he had received any gift from Chandrashekhar, he replied “no” before getting into his car.

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Inquiry was also done in September

According to media reports, today Nora was to be questioned about Chandrashekhar and her statement was to be recorded under sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). Nora Fatehi claimed before the Economic Offenses Wing in September that she was “a victim of a conspiracy, not a conspirator.” He had also shown screenshots of his chats with Sukesh to the police.

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Learn about the case in detail

Let us tell you, Sukesh Chandrasekhar is accused of running an extortion racket of Rs 200 crore when he was lodged in Rohini Jail. Aditi Singh, wife of jailed ex-Ranbaxy owner Shivinder Singh, posed as officials of the Union Law Ministry and the PMO. The ED had earlier named actor Jacqueline Fernandez as an accused, while Nora Fatehi’s statement was included in the same prosecution complaint.

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