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Tuesday, 2 April 2019

QNet duping case: Police issues notice to SRK, Anil Kapoor, Jackie Shroff, and other Bollywood performing artists


Cyberabad Police served notification to around 500 individuals including Bollywood on-screen characters Shah Rukh Khan, Vivek Oberoi, Jackie Shroff, Anil Kapoor, Boman Irani, and others for their supposed inclusion in the multi-crore QNet trick.

Cyberabad additionally sent notification to on-screen characters Pooja Hegde and Allu Sirish for purportedly underwriting and advancing QNet organization.

The case relates to claimed "conning" by the Vihaan Direct Selling Private Limited Company, a sub-establishment of QI Group in India, advertising under the brand name of Qnet.

QNet deceiving case

Police as of late said a few people were captured for supposed inclusion in the 'QNet trick' in which lakhs of individuals the nation over were "conned" of crores of rupees.

The police have likewise requested that the beneficiaries show up before the examination office inside seven days' a great opportunity to clarify their support/inclusion with QNet. In the event that the beneficiaries don't show up before the examination officer inside the said time, police said that suitable legitimate activity would be started against them.

As indicated by reports, QNet was blamed for running one of the greatest Ponzi tricks in India, swindling no less than three lakh individuals. The racket was busted by the sleuths of Cyberabad in different pieces of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Bengaluru and Delhi in which 57 people were captured in 14 bodies of evidence enlisted against QNet.

"There are an aggregate of 30 cases enrolled on QNet in Cyberabad. There are eight cases which are under scrutiny with CID," VC Sajjanar, Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad told columnists on January 8.

"QNet is a Hong Kong-based staggered promoting organization claimed by the QI gathering. The organization conjured numerous Ponzi plans and parallel plans, get-away bundles and business strategies which were unlawful," he further said.