Nora Fateh gives clarification regarding the 200 crore fraud and ED’s inquiry

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In an official statement on behalf of the spokesperson of actress Nora Fatehi, clarification has been given regarding the 200 crore fraud and ED’s inquiry.

Nora Fatehi had gone to the Enforcement Directorate office for questioning after being summoned by the ED, the actress was questioned in the case of money laundering of Rs 200 crore, in the official statement, the actress clarified the matter.

Mumbai: After Sukesh Chandrashekhar and Leena Paul were arrested by the Delhi Police for allegedly duping the family of Fortis Healthcare promoter Shivinder Singh of Rs 200 crore, Bollywood actress Nora Fatehi has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the same case. didand inquired. The actress appeared before the ED officials on Thursday in the money laundering case and today on Friday, she has issued an official statement clarifying her name.

In a recent statement, Nora’s spokesperson said, ‘It could be related to anyone. On behalf of Nora Fatehi, we would like to clarify the various speculations going on among the media. Nora Fatehi has been a victim of the case

And being a witness, she is helping the authorities in the investigation. We would like to clarify that she has not been a part of any money laundering activity, does not know anyone or has any personal relationship with the accused. The ED has called him to help in the investigation.

The statement further said, “We would like to request our fellow friends in the media to refrain from defaming their name and making any statements before the release of any official information – Nora Fatehi’s spokesperson.”

According to sources, the ED on Thursday questioned the actress about her relationship with the accused couple. The agency had earlier questioned actress Jacqueline Fernandez as well. The money laundering case was registered on the basis of a complaint by Aditi Singh, wife of Shivinder Singh. She had alleged in her complaint that a person posing as a senior law ministry official had offered to help Mr Singh get bail in exchange for money. He paid Rs 200 crore to the accused in 30 installments from June 2020.

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