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Enforcement Directorate Confirms Taking Away of 15 Cr from Sushant’s Account

In a big revelation from the Enforcement Directorate or ED, which states that 15 Crores have been taken away from his account. However, the ED also confirmed that it was not due to Rhea’s account. The ED is still to ascertain about the identities of the recipients of the amount. As per reports, 15 Cr was taken away from his account in tranches which has gone up to Rs 17 crore in total in a year. ED called the actress to investigate the money laundering case on July 31 on the basis of FIR against the lady by Sushant’s father. 

The ED Is yet to complete the scrutiny of all transactions via debit cards and net banking from Sushant Rajput’s several bank accounts. As per reports, the agency is still mapping these withdrawals and it will help in throwing the light on where his money has gone and for what purposes. The ED sources informed that they are looking into the use of debit cards and the netbanking facility for accessing the PINs or the passwords while carrying out the transactions. 

So far the investigation was found for the Rs 2.78 crore of the tax  payment of taxes like the GST and other service taxes. The other sources claimed that Sushant and Rhea were dating and the late actor was taking care of her small financial requirements, which are reflected in his accounts. However, as per the findings the whopping 15 Crores of transfer to her account is still missing. Now, the ED is checking for the conditions in which Sushant along with Rhea and her brother were carrying out the business as they had two companies—Front India for World Foundation and Vividrage Rhealityx Pvt Ltd.

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