Nora Fatehi Snapped Leaving ED Office After Being Interrogated For Almost Nine Hours

Nora Fatehi’s name popped up for a 200 crore money laundering case recently. The actress was summoned by the ED early today and has left the office now after being questioned for nine hours


October 14, 2021


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For the ones completely unaware about the money laundering case, Nora Fatehi was called by the Enforcement Directorate to give some connecting dots in the money laundering which was filed against Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Sukesh has been accused of laundering over 200 Crore.

The officials have revealed that Nora Fatehi and Jacqueline Fernandez aren’t being treated as suspects yet as they’re giving them the information they need to join some connections and lines.

Nora Fatehi was called by the ED and reached at 11:30. The actress left the office after nine hours of questioning.

Chandrasekhar, who is lodged in Delhi’s Rohini jail, is under Delhi Police and ED’s probe for cheating, conspiracy, and extortion. ED raided Chandrasekhar’s sea-facing bungalow in Chennai on August 24 and recovered several high-end cars such as Rolls-Royce Ghost. He was arrested in April 2017 for taking money from Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam leader TTV Dhinakaran to allegedly bribe Election Commission officials in connection with a dispute over the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam’s “two leaves” poll symbol.

(Also Read: BREAKING! Nora Fatehi Arrives At Enforcement Directorate Office For Interrogation In Money Laundering Case – Reports)

A statement was released which read Sukesh Chandrashekhar is a known conman. He has been part of the crime world since the age of 17. He has multiple FIRs against him and was lodged in Rohini Jail. Despite being lodged in jail, Sukesh Chandrashekhar did not stop conning people. He has used technology to his aid and advantage and spoofed calls to dupe people as the numbers reflecting on the seven of the called party were from Government officers and he claimed to be a Government officer offering to help people for a price of course. In this case, also, Sukesh Chandrasekhar extorted money to the tune of ₹200 Crores by impersonating Senior Government officials.

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