Sold the app to a relative’s company in the UK
Following a Fort Court order on Tuesday, Mumbai Police said 45-year-old Raj Kundra had sold his ‘Hot Shots’ app to UK-based Kenrin Pvt Ltd. The owner of the company is Raj’s relative Pradeep Bakshi. Pradeep is also his partner in the scam. Kenrin Pvt Ltd is a London based company. Even after selling hot shots, Raj Kundra was doing all his business from Mumbai itself.
Police has arrested 11 people so far
The Mumbai Police has so far arrested 11 people in the pornography case. Among them, Raj Kundra and his IT chief Ryan Tharp were recently arrested by the police. Five people were arrested in this case in February. All five were arrested while shooting a pornographic film in a bungalow on Madh Island.
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‘Hot Shots’ app sold for Rs 18 lakh
Police said in a statement that Raj Kundra was involved in making and selling pornographic films through the ‘Hotshots’ app. This app was removed from the mobile platform. Raj sent pornographic videos from his Viaan Industries Mumbai office to the UK. Material provided. Kundra also told the police that he had sold the app in 2019 for around Rs 18 lakh.
Police said – we have evidence
Police said there is evidence against Raj Kundra. He got several clips from Raj Kundra’s office. On the other hand, Raj Kundra’s lawyers Abad Ponda and Subhash Jadhav have alleged that the police arrested Raj illegally. The police did not take action under the Code of Criminal Procedure.
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