Raj Kundra was arrested final Monday for the creation of p*rnographic content material and publishing it through varied purposes. While the investigation is being carried out in full swing with a number of recordsdata & servers being analyzed and WhatsApp teams & chats being monitored, his case will likely be heard in courtroom right now. In the midst of this, we have now come throughout one other report that means that the businessman anticipated being arrested.
According to the newest report, the busting of the grownup film racket in February probably put Kundra on alert resulting in the businessman discarding away his previous cellphone in March. Read on to know extra.
As revealed by ETimes, Raj Kundra was anticipating his arrest after the Mumbai Police arrested 9 individuals for creating and distributing p*rnography films and content material. According to the report, whereas Kundra already had a ‘Plan B’ in place to dodge investigation, he additionally modified his cellphone in March, thus making knowledge on the system non-recoverable.
News company ANI quoted an official saying, “When crime branch officials asked him about his old phone, he told them he threw it away. Police believe that the old phone contains many important pieces of evidence and is looking for it.”
During the raids of Raj Kundra’s residence and workplaces carried out on the weekend, a number of paperwork and servers had been seized and are presently being analyzed. Apart from this, his and actress Shilpa Shetty’s joint financial institution accounts are additionally being regarded into after suspicious monetary transactions got here to gentle. Talking about this, an official advised the information company, “In the investigation, the crime branch has found transactions worth crores were done from the joint account of Shilpa Shetty and Raj Kundra. The crime branch suspects that the earnings from Hotshots and Bolly Fame apps used to come into this account.”
Raj Kundra was arrested on Monday, July 19 and has since been in judicial custody. The businessman’s case will likely be heard in courtroom right now.