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Actress Nora Fatehi Is Questioned By Delhi Police For ₹200 Cr Money Laundering Case

The most famous dancer of the Bollywood industry, Nora Fatehi has been interrogated on Friday for approximately 6-7 hours by the EOW or the Economic Offences Wing belonging to the Delhi Police. This case is an extortion case of ₹200 crores including Sukesh Chandrashekar, a conman. This news surfaced by officials on Saturday.

The Nora Fatehi Interrogation Case

EOW and Crime, Ravindra Singh Yadav, the Special Commissioner of Police stated that Miss Nora Fatehi was fully cooperative during the entire interrogation process. However, the authoritative body is still left unanswered with certain questions. R S Yadav further added, that everybody found involved in the case will be probed, adding all the potential people, links, and angles.

However, the news of other actors and actresses from the Bollywood industry also surfaced at the time of the interrogation of Miss Nora Fatehi. There is a fair chance that, Actress Jacqueline Fernandez will be added to the interrogation list soon.

As per an officer, at the time of the entire interrogation process, Mr. Nora Fatehi was asked to answer a total of around 50 questions. This was exclusively done to strengthen the case and gather all the information related to this case and the conman. However, it is noted that Nora was unaware of the criminal background that Chandrashekar possessed. Moreover, she had no idea that the Chennai event where she was invited was also linked to crime syndicates.

According to Mr. Yadav, the cops interrogated every individual who got cars and other expensive gifts from Chandrashekar.

The current State Of Chandrashekar

Chandrashekar current status is behind bars right now. He has various accusations of cheating various high-profile people and celebrities like Aditi Singh, Shivinder Mohan Singh’s wife.

Earlier, Ms. Nora Fatehi was interrogated for this case by the ED or Enforcement Directorate. On 17 August, a charge sheet was filed in the name of Ms. Fernandez where she was accused of being a part of a money laundering case involving ₹200 crores. Ms. Fernandez has been asked to be present on 26 September before the court.

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