Mumbai: Prosecutors notified Mumbai HC on Saturday that the criminal department of Mumbai “confiscated 51 pornographic films” from two applications, and Raj Kundra and Ryan Thorpe were captured because they “started deleting groups and chat records from WhatsApp.” As a result, they “demolished the evidence.”
Prosecutor Aruna Pai objected to the two questioning their arrest and pre-trial detention separately. They said it was “illegal” because they did not “comply” with the CrPC notice to explain. The maximum period of crime is seven years. `Punishment.
At the video conference hearing where judge Ajay Gadkari appeared in court, Pai stated that the two were accused of “serious crimes of streaming pornography,” and the police “also confiscated materials from mobile phones and storage devices.” He said, “Kundra received an email on his Hotshot app and sent it to his brother-in-law, Pardeep Bakshi, who is a business owner in London.” It said that.
Police “discovered obscenity and boldness. Videos” and various subscriber information and payments received. Earlier, Kundra’s lawyer Aabad Ponda had stated that the police did not mention deleting any chat records in his first pre-trial detention and questioned that they were not included. The court will continue the trial on Monday.