The investigation into the porn racket allegedly being operated by IPL scam-tainted businessman and actor Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra has revealed that Raj Kundra had hatched a plan B as his Hotshots app was taken down by each Google and Apple retailer. Kundra has been remanded in police custody until July 23. Kundra’s lawyer Abad Ponda has reportedly stated that the content material of the streaming platform in query is vulgar, like many different streaming platforms, however cannot be categorised as porn, stories stated.

Here are the most recent updates of the police investigation into the case

> The crime department has frozen a number of financial institution accounts having deposits of round 7.5 crore in reference to the Raj Kundra porn app case.

> Another porn app, Nueflicks, has come on the radar as police have discovered three crore in a checking account of Madhya Pradesh’s Yash Thakur who runs this app. Yash Thakur is in Singapore as of now.

> Police have searched Raj Kundra’s workplace and at the moment are going by settlement papers, subscription particulars, emails, WhatsApp chats and many others.

> The WhatsApp chats have revealed that Raj Kundra was planning to begin a brand new porn utility caled Bollyfame because the content material of Hotshots already obtained strike and the app was taken down by Apple and Google.

> A WhatsApp group below the title of Bollyfame was fashioned the place Kundra was aiming to launch this new utility by February.

> But the launch date was delayed after Umesh Kamat, one of many key managers of the racket, was arrested in February.

> Apart from Umesh Kamat and Raj Kundra, the WhatsApp group had Pradeep Bakshi, Kundra’s brother-in-law, who was formally the proprietor of the Hotshots app.

> WhatsApp chats accessed by the police have revealed the Kundra, although formally not the proprietor of Hotshots, needed to close fown the app and take away obscene content material to keep away from investigation.


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