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Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra decry fraud case on Twitter

Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra decry fraud case on Twitter
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Shilpa Shetty, Raj Kundra decry fraud case on Twitter Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty took to Twitter on Monday to respond to the police case of fraud filed against her in Kolkata. Declaring the complainant as \'fraud\', Shilpa Shetty in her tweet mentioned to produce proofs against her and also stated that the one who has filed a case against her was a defaulter.

Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty took to Twitter on Monday to respond to the police case of fraud filed against her in Kolkata. Declaring the complainant as 'fraud', Shilpa Shetty in her tweet mentioned to produce proofs against her and also stated that the one who has filed a case against her was a defaulter.


Shilpa's husband Raj Kundra, who has also been named in the FIR in his tweet, stated that the news was hilarious about a habitual fraudster claiming fraud done against him. Manoj Jain is one of the board directors of MK Media Private Limited, the private company that has filed the complaint against Shilpa and Raj.


Kolkata police on Saturday lodged a case of fraud and initiated investigation against Shilpa and her industrialist husband Ripu Sudan Kundra (aka Raj Kundra) of Essential Sports private Ltd (a Mumbai based company). Police have slapped sections 120B, 406, 418, 420, 388, 389, 506 of IPC in the case.


The Kolkata based company had earlier filed a suit with the Calcutta High Court. The FIR was based on a complaint by a private company accusing the duo had induced a private company in the city to invest sum of Rs 9 crore in their company with huge returns which was unfulfilled.


Police said that Shilpa Shetty and Ripu Sudan Kundra claimed themselves shareholders of Essential Sports and Private Limited allegedly duped an investment of Rs 9 crore from MK Media Private Limited with promising 10 times return in 2 years. The MK Media Private Limited had purchased 30 lacs equity shares of the Essential Sports and Private Limited which turned out as fake certificates said an investigating officer of Shakespear Sarani police station.

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