Pornography Case: Court refuses Raj Kundra's bail petition
The crime branch feared that Raj Kundra might not go abroad, due to which his passport was confiscated in April.
New Delhi: The decision has been taken on the bail plea of Raj Kundra in the pornographic film case. In this case, the court has rejected the bail application of Raj Kundra.
Along with this, giving another big blow to Raj Kundra, his passport has also been confiscated. The crime branch feared that Raj Kundra might not go abroad, due to which his passport was confiscated in April.
Bombay court rejects Raj Kundra's bail petition:
As soon as his name came up in the investigation of the crime branch, the police had confiscated his passport. On Tuesday, Raj Kundra was sent to judicial custody for 14 days in this case.
The ED had sought a copy of the FIR in the Kundra case. The High Court did not grant immediate relief to Kundra. Raj Kundra and Ryan Thorpe, who were arrested in connection with the production of obscene films and their exposure through some apps, had filed a bail plea, which was heard today.
Hotshot App Case:
Earlier on Tuesday, the Fort Court of Mumbai sent Raj Kundra to judicial custody for 14 days. During the hearing on Tuesday, the police demanded 7 days custody of Raj Kundra. Police told the court that the debit accounts of Raj Kundra's Citibank and Kotak Mahindra Bank have been frozen.
There is a deposit of Rs 1 crore 13 lakh in Kotak Mahindra Bank. The Crime Branch has appealed to all the victims related to this case who have not come forward yet. A victim has come before the crime branch on July 26 and has also given her statement to the crime branch. When the police asked for the information of the hotshot from the Apple Store, it was found that Rs 1.64 crore was received from it.
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