After the order of the Fort Court on Tuesday, Mumbai Police mentioned that 45-year-old Raj Kundra had bought his app ‘Hotshots App’ to UK firm Kenrin Pvt Ltd. Interestingly, this firm is owned by Raj’s relative Pradeep Bakshi, who can be his associate in this rip-off. Kenrin Private Limited is a London primarily based firm. Whereas even after promoting ‘Hotshots’, Raj Kundra was coping with all his enterprise from Mumbai itself.
Police has arrested 11 individuals to this point
So far, 11 individuals have been arrested by the Mumbai Police in the pornography case. Of these, Raj Kundra and his IT head Ryan Tharp have been arrested by the police not too long ago. In this case, 5 individuals have been first arrested in the month of February. These 5 individuals have been arrested whereas capturing a porn movie in a bungalow on Mud Island.
‘Hotshots’ app deal was carried out for Rs 18 lakh
The police have mentioned of their assertion that Raj Kundra was concerned in the streaming of porn movies and movies by means of the ‘Hotshots’ app. This app has been eliminated from cell platforms. Raj Kundra provided porn content material by means of his workplace Viaan Industries in the UK. Kundra additionally informed the police that he had bought the app in 2019 for $25,000, or about Rs 18 lakh.
Police mentioned – we have now evidence
The police additional added that they’ve evidence towards Raj Kundra. He has bought many clips from Raj Kundra’s workplace. On the different hand, Raj Kundra’s attorneys Abad Ponda and Subhash Jadhav alleged that his shopper’s arrest was unlawful as the police didn’t comply with the procedures below the Criminal Procedure Code.