New Delhi: Cousin of Bollywood actors Ranbir Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan, Armaan Jain has once more been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in an alleged cash laundering case. The investigating company had earlier requested him to look earlier than them on a number of events however the actor didn’t present up.
Now, based on the newest report, the ED has as soon as once more summoned Armaan Jain and have requested the actor to look earlier than them tomorrow. A report in ANI reads, “Mumbai: Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned Armaan Jain in an alleged money laundering case, asking him to appear before them tomorrow. ED had asked him to appear before them on earlier occasions too but he didn’t come.”
Armaan was earlier summoned by the Enforcement Directorate and was requested to look earlier than the, on Friday, however he failed to take action. An ED official earlier instructed IANS, “Armaan Jain was supposed to appear before the agency today. But he did not appear. We will issue a fresh summon soon.”
Based on a report of IANS, the grandson of Raj Kapoor, Armaan Jain had despatched a summon to the actor on Thursday (February 11, 2021) to look earlier than ED on Friday (February 12, 2021). The report additional added that the company had earlier carried out searches on the ‘Lekar Hum Deewana Dil’ actor’s residence on Tuesday (February 9, 2021). On this explicit day, Armaan’s uncle Rajiv Kapoor handed away and solely after conducting searches, the actor and his mom Reema Jain was allowed to attend the funeral.
A supply revealed to IANS that, Armaan was summoned by the investigating company primarily based on some chats shared between him and Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik’s son, Vihang. The ED additionally carried out searches within the Shiv Sena MLA’s premises in November and requested the latter to look earlier than them.
The cash laundering case is in connection to main safety supplier TopsGrup reportedly and the grievance was lodged final 12 months within the month of October. The corporate has been reportedly alleged of siphoning Rs 175 crore from the Mumbai Metropolitan Area Growth Authority (MMRDA).
Keep tuned for extra updates.
(With inputs from IANS).