Entertainment Desk: ED summons another Tollywood actress in fraud case in the name of selling flats. After Nusrat Jahan, actress Ruplekha Mitra has reportedly been summoned.
According to Indian media sources, Ruplekha was the director of Seven Senses Infrastructure Private Limited. Ruplekha has been ordered to appear at the CGO complex next week.
ED has also summoned two other directors of the organization Nusrat Jahan, Rakesh Singh. In this incident, Ruplekha Mitra was contacted by an Indian media outlet. He said that he was not active even though he was in the position of director.
Meanwhile, the ED summoned MP and actress Nusrat Jahan yesterday (September 5) in the fraud case.
In 2014-15, more than four hundred senior citizens deposited money in an organization. 5.5 lakh rupees were taken from each. In return, they were all promised 1,000 square feet flats. But they did not get the flat, nor did they get the money back. BJP leader Shankudev Panda claimed that Nusrat was the ‘only director’ of the organization.
The BJP leader alleged that those seniors approached the police in this regard. But it didn’t work. A case was also filed against Nusrat in the court. But Nusrat did not attend even after receiving the court summons. So Shankudev went to the ED office and filed a complaint with the people who were victims of fraud. State opposition leader Subvendu Adhikari later claimed that Nusrat Jahan had bought a flat on Palm Avenue with fraudulent money.
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A press conference was held by Nusrat after the allegations came to light. He denied all the allegations there. Nusrat clearly stated that he bought the flat with a loan from the concerned company. He returned that loan with interest. He has no contact with that company. Nusrat also claimed that he is not connected with any kind of corruption. However, he did not answer any other questions from the journalists in the press conference.