City News Mumbai

According to police sources, Raj Kundra lied about selling his business and had hired lawyers to stop the piracy of pornographic videos.

In a latest development in the ongoing probe into the pornography racket involving Raj Kundra, it has been found that the businessman was actively involved in the production, sources close to the Mumbai Crime Branch told CNN-News18. Although Kundra had previously claimed that he sold off his business to his brother-in-law in UK, property cell officers found that Kundra had lied. Through investigation, it has come to light that Kundra was actively involved in day-to-day decisions in the operation of HS.

Kundra had set up a strong legal team to stop piracy of the pornographic content being created for the HotShots (HS) app. The legal team was reportedly looking into copy rights issues in India and abroad.

While initial inquiries pointed to the first WhatsApp group, called ‘HS Account’, of which Kundra was the admin, officers are now investigating two more such groups found from his seized phone. HS Account dealt solely with revenue and sales discussion.

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