Jacqueline Has No Role In Rs 200-Crore Scam: Conman Sukesh Writes To Lawyer

New Delhi: Sukesh Chandrasekhar has written to his lawyer that Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez has no role in the Rs 200-crore scam.

The conman, who is currently lodged in Delhi’s Mandoli jail, has mentioned in the letter that expensive gifts and cars were given to the actress as they were in a relationship, reported India Today.

Sukesh alleged that Rs 200 crore was given to him for lobbying to get former Ranbaxy owner Shivinder Singh released from jail.

“It is very unfortunate that Jacqueline has been made accused in the PMLA case. As I have clearly said before, we were in a relationship and I have given her and her family gifts. What is their fault? She asked me nothing except love her and stand by her. Every single penny spent on her and her family was earned from legitimate source of earnings and will be proven in the trial court very soon,” Sukesh has written.

Sukesh further writes that he had a coal mining business in Indonesia as well as stakes in hotels and news channels, which he claims to have been sold off.

The Sri Lanka-born Jacqueline has been named as an accused by Enforcement Directorate in the money-laundering case. She is also under scrutiny of Delhi Police to establish whether she was part of Sukesh’s extortion racket.

Jacqueline’s relationship with Sukesh, who spent lavishly on Jacqueline, is part of the investigation.

Jacqueline was granted interim bail, which was extended till November 11 on Saturday.

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