Director of Raj Kundra’s Company Arrested by Mumbai Crime Branch

On Thursday (August 12), the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police got a big feat in this case. The Crime Branch has seized Abhijit Bhomble, who was working as a director in Raj Kundra’s company.

Shilpa Shetty’s husband and businessman Raj Kundra is getting badly involved in the pornography case. The crime branch team of Mumbai Police is analyzing this matter strictly so that the matter can be got to the lowest and all the evidence can come to the fore. The Crime Branch of Mumbai Police arrested Raj Kundra on the night of July 19 for making improper films and releasing them through some apps.

On Thursday (August 12), the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police got a big feat in this case. The Crime Branch has seized Abhijit Bhomble, who was working as a director in Raj Kundra’s company. In Mumbai’s Malvani police station, an actress had filed a case against two producers and two directors helping in Raj Kundra’s company. The case was later assigned to the Crime Branch. With Bumble, Gehana Vashistha, Ajay Shrimant, and Prince Kashyap are also accused in this case.

Mumbai Police claims that Raj Kundra’s company was producing pornographic matter in India for a London-based company. The British company pertains to its close relative. A senior police officer had said that Kundra’s Vian Industries had a pact with Kenrin, a London-based company that owns the ‘Hotspot’ app. Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Milind Bharambe had told that ‘The company is enlisted in London, but the content production, undertaking, and analysis of the app was managed through Kundra’s company Viaan Industries.’ He told that Kenrin’s company. The holder is a relative of Kundra. The police have collected evidence to establish the link between the two companies, the official said.

Bharambe said the police have got accounts, accounts, and some obscene films exchanged between the two on WhatsApp groups and e-mails during the incursions at Kundra’s Mumbai office. “We arrested Raj Kundra and his IT chief Ryan Thorpe after collecting evidence of their involvement in the crime.

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