Jacqueline Fernandez appears before ED for questioning in ‘conman’ case


Jacqueline Fernandez appears before ED for questioning in ‘conman’ case. Actor Jacqueline Fernandez appeared before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday. The new round of questioning recorded her statement in a money laundering case involving alleged culprit Skesh Chandra Shekhar and others.

The agency had in April temporarily linked Rs 7.27 crore to the Bollywood actor’s funds under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
The 36-year-old actor has been questioned two to three times by the agency in the case.

Officials said the actress was issued a fresh summons on Monday to record her statement as the agency was tracking down the remainder of the crime.

A temporary order was issued against him for attaching a fixed deposit of Rs 7.12 crore. In addition to Rs 1.5 million in cash as the agency had termed the funds as “criminal income”.
“Skeesh Chandra Shekhar gave Jacqueline Fernandes various gifts worth Rs 5.71 crore, including proceeds from criminal activities, including extortion.”

“Chandra Shekhar had hired Pinky Irani, his longtime partner. A co-accused in the case, to deliver the gifts,” the ED said in a statement.

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