Cheating Case: Shilpa Shetty’s mother Sunanda gets relief from court, magistrate approves bail, bailable warrant also canceled
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Hearing the matter on March 11, the court ordered continuation of proceedings against Shilpa Shetty, Shamita Shetty and Sunanda Shetty. However, later the sessions court stayed the proceedings against Shilpa and Shamita.
bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty (Shilpa Shetty) Mother Sunanda Shetty has got relief from the Metropolitan Magistrate Court in Andheri, Mumbai in a cheating case. While hearing the Metropolitan Magistrate Court, Sunanda Shetty in the case of fraud and criminal breach of trust on Thursday. (Sunanda Shetty) has been granted bail. Not only this, Metropolitan Magistrate RR Khan has also canceled the bailable warrant issued against Sunanda Shetty, which she had issued against the actress’s mother in the last hearing. In fact, in the last hearing, Sunanda did not appear in the court, after which a bailable warrant was issued against her.
Shilpa and Shamita’s name also came in this case.
Let us tell you that a case of fraud of Rs 21 lakh was registered against Sunanda Shetty. This fraud case against Sunanda Shetty was registered by Councilor Firoz Amra, who is the owner of an automobile agency. Firoz Amra had accused Sunanda Shetty of giving a loan of Rs 21 lakh to Shetty’s family firm Corgift, but when Shilpa Shetty’s father and Sunanda Shetty’s husband Surendra Shetty died, the Shetty family took away her loan amount. returned not returned.
When this matter reached the court, while hearing the matter on March 11, the court ordered to take action against Shilpa Shetty, Shamita Shetty and Sunanda Shetty. However, later the sessions court had stayed the ongoing proceedings against Shilpa and Shamita, but the court had directed to continue the proceedings against the actress’ mother Sunanda Shetty.
While giving a stay on the proceedings against Shamita Shetty and Shilpa Shetty, the Sessions Court observed on April 14 that Shilpa and Shamita had nothing to do with the firm against which the case has been registered. Surendra Shetty and his wife Sunanda Shetty were partners in this firm. In his complaint, the complainant did not mention anywhere that Shilpa and Shamita were also associated with the firm. The court had also noted that the complainants failed to prove that Shilpa and Shamita were concerned about the loan amount and intended to defraud her at the very beginning of the transaction.
Let us tell you that this was not the first case in which the names of Shilpa and Sunanda came up. Earlier in another case also the names of Shilpa and Sunanda were linked to a case. However, later he got rid of this case.