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ED to seize gifts worth crores given by conman Sukesh to Jacqueline and Nora

The valuables presented to Bollywood celebrities Jacqueline Fernandez and Nora Fatehi by multimillionaire conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar are to be seized soon by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). According to a report by ETimes, ED sources revealed that the actress has also been given some companion animals and in such circumstances she will have to attach property of equivalent value.

Sukesh allegedly gave gifts to Jacqueline Fernandez worth Rs 10 crore and more between December 2020 and August 2021. In addition, the screenwriter promised to return Rs 15 lakh to Sukesh Chandrashekhar to work on Jacqueline Fernandez's account.

Jacqueline Fernandez, Nora Fatehi, Sukesh Chandrashekhar

Nora Fathi informed authorities during interrogation that "officials are free to confiscate a BMW car given to her by Sukesh Chandrashekhar," according to a trusted source from IANS. The source added that the same thing happened with Jacqueline Fernandez, and he said the same thing to officials. The source revealed, "Jacqueline told us that she does not know the background of Sukesh Chandrashekhar and that she is willing to cooperate with us in the process of acquiring the gifts that Sukesh gave her." Section 5 of the PMLA will be used to process the supplements, according to reports, all of these gifts were purchased with extortion money.

The source reported that they were about to confiscate gifts and other things given to Jacqueline and Nora, however, since they had to file an indictment first, the process was halted.

The source added: "We have also arrested Pinky Irani. It has kept us busy. Submitting an indictment and recording announcements of the new arrests was a time-consuming exercise." They also revealed that they have to arrest seven other people in the case who are currently in Tihar prison and will also have to register their testimonies, so it may take some time.

The two actresses are currently witnesses in the case, and their testimony was documented in the lawsuit filed by the Sudan Islamic Liberation Group for the amount of 200 million rupees. When asked why he was not named as a suspect in the case, the source claimed that the two actresses were unaware of Sukesh's criminal records.

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