Police on Monday arrested businessman Raj Kundra in connection with a case of creating pornographic images and publishing them through some online applications. Police say Kundra is the main conspirator in the case. “He seems to be the main conspirator,” Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale said of Kundra’s arrest. In February this year, the Mumbai Crime Branch registered a case against the blue film apps. Police say there is enough evidence in the case to point fingers at Kundra. Hemant Nagrale said an investigation was underway to find out more. Kundra had approached the Sessions Court in Mumbai in June seeking bail in a case filed by the cyber police alleging that some online platforms were publishing pornographic videos as part of their web series.
The complaint was lodged last year under the Information Technology Act, the Prevention of Misrepresentation of Women Act, and a section of the Indian Penal Code to curb pornographic content. Among those arrested was an employee of a start-up company associated with Kundra. The arrest was based on a statement by model Sherlyn Chopra. An employee of the startup was released on bail in April.
Kundra was then called by the police in the incident. He claimed he had nothing to do with the alleged crime because he left the startup. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture. In February, Mumbai police arrested actor Gehana Vashisht and others in a pornographic mobile application case. Vashisht was arrested on charges of uploading pornographic content on his website. The actor was arrested after police raided a house in Malad, Mumbai.