Nusrat has been summoned to appear at the ED office at the CGO Complex next Monday.
Last Updated: 03.43 PM, Sep 06, 2023
Allegations of a scam involving Rs 24 cr were raised against Nusrat Jahan a few days ago. A complaint was filed with the Enforcement Directorate or ED against her. Several concerned citizens had also submitted complaints at the ED office. Now, based on these allegations, Nusrat has been summoned to appear at the ED office at the CGO Complex next Monday. Rakesh Singh, the director of Seven Senses Infrastructure Private Limited, has also been summoned. Another actress Ruplesha Mitra was also summoned by the ED.
Rakesh Singh was one of the owners and directors of Seven Senses Infrastructure Pvt Ltd. Another director was Rakesh Singh. The complaint alleges that in 2014, his organisation had taken Rs 5,55,000 from 429 people each under the guise of offering flats in a BHK complex. Even after nine years, no one has received the flats they were promised during that time.
Allegations were raised against Nusrat Jahan, who, as a retired bank employee, embezzled money and bought her own flat. Before this, Nusrat Jahan had held a press conference at the press club immediately after these allegations emerged. There, she claimed that the organisation that is targeting her is the one from which she took a loan to buy her own flat, and she has repaid the loan along with interest. Nusrat provided the figure of around Rs 1.16 cr as the amount she borrowed and claimed to have repaid the company ‘with interest’ in May 2017, totaling Rs 1.40 cr approximately. In the press conference, she also claimed that she had resigned from the company in March 2017.
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