Jacqueline Fernandez, who was on Wednesday named as an accused within the cost sheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate in a multi-crore cash laundering case linked to alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar and others, shared a submit on her social media web page saying she is going to stay “strong” in these testing instances.
The federal probe company filed the contemporary (second supplementary) cost sheet or prosecution criticism on this case on Wednesday earlier than a particular Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA) courtroom in Delhi and, in line with sources, the actor has been arraigned in it as an accused.
Whereas Fernandez did not instantly touch upon the case, she re-shared an nameless motivational quote on her Instagram tales.
“Dear me, I deserve all good things, I’m powerful, I accept myself. It’ll all be ok. I’m strong, I’ll achieve my goals and dreams. I can do it (sic),” learn the submit.
The 36-year-old actor, recognized for movies resembling “Kick”, “Bhoot Police” and most recently “Vikrant Rona”, is the one accused named within the newest cost sheet.
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She has been questioned a number of instances by the ED on this case, the final being in June. Fernandez, a Sri Lanka nationwide, debuted within the Hindi movie trade in 2009.
The company in April provisionally connected Rs 7.27 crore funds of the actor below the PMLA aside from Rs 15 lakh money because the company known as these funds as “proceeds of crime”.
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Actor R Madhavan, when requested at an occasion to touch upon Fernandez being named as an accused within the ED cost sheet, stated, “I hope she gets out of trouble very soon. I don’t think this is affecting the image of the country. In fact, in our film fraternity, there have been fewer tax raids. Everyone is working with full honesty. I don’t think it will affect the industry. Higher taxpayers are from this industry.”
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