Two big officers of Chinese mobile company VIVO fled India, stirred up after ED raids on 44 locations

Two top Vivo executives fled India

Indian agency ED raided several locations of Vivo in the case of money laundering and tax evasion. Meanwhile, news is coming that the directors of Vivo have fled India.

India’s action on Chinese companies doing business with fraud in India is increasing continuously. In this episode, China’s mobile phone manufacturing company Vivo (VIVO) Looks like getting into trouble. Indian agency ED raided several locations of Vivo in the case of money laundering and tax evasion. Meanwhile, news is coming that the directors of Vivo have fled India. According to the report of ANI, two directors of Vivo, Zhengshen Ou and Zhang Jie, have fled India in view of the agency’s action.

On Tuesday, a total of 44 locations of Vivo were raided.

Let us inform that the ED had started raids at different locations of Vivo from Tuesday morning itself. ED raided a total of 44 locations of Vivo located in different cities of the country including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya. According to media reports, the ED questioned some officers and employees of the company for about 7 hours during a raid on a Vivo hideout in Delhi on Tuesday. Not only this, the ED also seized many important documents from this office of Vivo in Delhi, these documents are expected to help a lot in the investigation.

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