Jacqueline Fernandez: On Monday, Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing (EOW) issued summon to actress Jacqueline Fernandez to appear on the 14th of September about the Rs 200 Crore money laundering case also including conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar.
The actress was supposed to appear on Monday but the questioning scheduled has been postponed by the Delhi Police but the actress cited prior commitments and asked for a date after 15 days. Although, she didn’t get much time and asked to join the investigation on Wednesday.
Why Jacqueline didn’t join the investigation?
This is the third time that summons has been issued to the ‘Bachchan Paandey’ actress by the police to join the investigation. The senior Police Officer has confirmed to the reliable sources that the fresh summons was issued to Fernandez asking her to appear 14th September at the EOW office at Mandir Marg around 11 am and also Jacqueline has communicated to Delhi Police that she won’t be able to join the investigation due to prior commitments through Email.
If talk about Sukesh, he is currently lodged in a Delhi jail and over 10 cases charged against him. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a charge sheet against the actress in a money laundering case that involves sukesh, claiming that Fernandez was aware of the actions of sukesh but she chose to ignore his criminal past and involve in financial transactions with him.
About the Money Laundering Case
ED additionally mentioned that the actress had used earned of crime and luxury presents offered and using it for herself and her family members in India as well as overseas and that this quantity to an offense of money laundering under section three of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002.
Chandrashekhar has been accused of running an extortion racket to track Rs 200 crores while he was lodged in Rohini jail. He reportedly extorted money from Aditi Singh, the spouse of jailed former Ranbaxy owner Shivinder Singh, by posing as officers from the union law ministry and the PMO, under the pretext of having her husband out on bail.