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Enforcement Directorate issues summons to actor Prakash Raj in Rs 100 crore Ponzi scheme linked to Pranav Jewellers

“Enforcement Directorate issues summons to actor Prakash Raj in Rs 100 crore Ponzi scheme linked to Pranav Jewellers”, Opindia, November 23, 2023:

“The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued summons to actor Prakash Raj in the Rs 100 crore Ponzi scheme linked to the Pranav Jewellers money laundering case.

Prakash Raj was the ‘Brand Ambassador’ of Pranav Jewellers, a partnership firm based out of Trichy in Tamil Nadu. He has been summoned to depose before its Chennai office in connection with the case.

It has been learned that the federal agency issued summons to Prakash Raj to get information about the payments he received from Pranav Jewellers……”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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