Mumbai: The Enforcement Director (ED) of the law enforcement agency has again summoned actress Jacqueline Fernandez in an extortion and money laundering case.
According to Indian media, Jacqueline Fernandez will appear at the agency’s Mumbai office on the 25th of this month. Actress Jacqueline Fernandez was earlier summoned on August 31 in connection with the same case. ED officials interrogated the actress for 5 hours.
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Skesh Chandra Shekhar is the named accused in the Rs 200 crore extortion and money laundering case in India while Jacqueline Fernandez is a close friend of the man.
The Election Commission issued notices to Fawad Chaudhry and Azam Swati on the allegations
ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission (EC) has issued notices to Federal Ministers Fawad Chaudhry and Azam Swati seeking response to the allegations leveled against the commission.
According to Express News, Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry and Railway Minister Azam Swati had leveled allegations against the Election Commission, on which the Election Commission has issued notices to both the ministers seeking evidence of the allegations.
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It may be recalled that on September 10, the Railway Minister had lashed out at the Election Commission over the issue of electronic voting machine at a meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs. He had said that the Election Commission was holding on to money. The Election Commission is the cause of destroying the democracy of the country. You go to hell, set fire to such institutions.
Later, Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry had said that it seems that the Election Commission has become the headquarters of the opposition. If the Chief Election Commissioner has to do politics, he should resign and contest the elections. The Chief Election Commissioner has become the mouthpiece of the opposition. He has been in close touch with Nawaz Sharif.
Election Commission officials had expressed anger over the allegations made by the federal ministers, saying that the Election Commission was a constitutional body and the allegations against it were baseless and unacceptable.