Hyderabad: Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan, Anil Kapoor, Boman Irani and Pooja Hegde were among those who received warnings from the Cyberabad police, asking them to appear before the Economic Crimes wing here.
The ads, which also served the cricketer Yuvraj Singh and Telugu actor Allu Sirish, are related to his association with the company Hong Kong-based Q-Net, which is in the midst of a multi-level marketing scam, with more than 20 supposedly lakh investors were allegedly cheated and around Rs.20 billion rupees were laundered through an illegal money circulation scheme.
The notices were issued by the EOW to some 500 people, including promoters, shareholders, directors and executive directors and other persons who were part of the company and its businesses.
“During the investigation, their roles have been identified in various positions. They have been associated on several levels with the company, supported and benefited by it. Therefore, we received notices that sought his presence before the EOW, “said a senior Cyberabad police official, adding that the stars and notices to which they had to appear would have to appear in person and give details about their association. with the company, the compensation they received and the basis
The Cyberabad Police said the warnings were issued according to section 161 CrPC for questioning. Those who received notifications and those who received them must explain their connection, in case they can not face legal action. According to the victims, Anil Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Boman Irani, Vivek Oberoi, Jackie Shroff, Pooja Hegde and celebrities such as Yuvraj Singh had backed up or appeared for events called the V-Con organized by Q-Net overseas.
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