Photo Credit © Instagram/norafatehi
Photo Credit © Instagram/norafatehi

After Jacqueline Fernandez was named accused by the Enforcement Directorate in Sukesh Chandrasekhar’s 200 crore money laundering case, the investigating agencies are now probing Nora Fatehi’s involvement too. The actress was questioned by the Delhi Police’s EOW (Economic Offences Wing) on Friday, in connection with jailed conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s money laundering case.

According to ANI, Nora was asked more than 50 questions during this probe, regarding what gifts did she receive, who did she talk to, where did she meet them and so on. The actress was reportedly cooperating with the investigating agency and stated that she had no connection with Jacqueline Fernandez and both of them were talking to him (Sukesh Chandrashekhar) separately. Nora Fatehi also revealed during the questioning that she spoke to Sukesh’s wife for a nail art function and then they often called her up. They gifted her a BMW & others. “She (Fatehi) said she didn’t know of his criminal background; also said that he (Sukesh) had conversations with her manager & cousin & very few conversations with her,” reports ANI. Previously, Nora’s statement was recorded under section 50 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002, in September and October 2021. The actress had stated that she received a booking for a charity event and during the same, she was gifted a Gucci Bag and an iPhone by Leena Paulose, wife of Sukesh Chandrasekhar.

Recently, Jacqueline Fernandez, in a plea before the Appellate Authority of PMLA, stated that it was surprising that other celebrities like Norah Fatehi, who was also conned by main accused Sukesh Chandrashekhar, was made a witness in the case whereas she is being named as an accused. In the supplementary chargesheet, the ED has alleged, “The investigation conducted so far has revealed that the accused, Jacqueline Fernandez, is knowingly directly and indirectly involved in the process and activity connected with the proceeds of crime and acquired, possessed and used part proceeds of crime by way of receiving valuable gifts and huge amounts for herself and her family members in India and abroad and thereby committed an offence of money laundering under section 3 of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.”

Source : Times of India

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