Raj Kundra on pornography case: Never involved in pornographic content, this case is a consp

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Raj Kundra said for the first time on pornography case: Never involved in pornography, this case is a conspiracy


  • Kundra said – it is the fundamental right of every person to live with dignity.
  • Kundra’s lawyers claimed that he was not involved in any way in producing pornographic content.

Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty’s husband and businessman Raj Kundra was arrested in a pornography case earlier this year and later granted bail. Raj Kundra on Monday claimed that he has never in his life been involved in production and distribution of pornographic content.

In a statement released on a social media platform, Kundra said that the entire episode was nothing but a conspiracy.

The businessman also said that he has already been convicted by the media, and that he does not want his privacy to be infringed upon after this continuous “media trial”.

The Supreme Court had last week granted relief from arrest to Kundra in connection with an FIR registered for allegedly distributing obscene videos.

In July this year, Kundra was arrested by the Mumbai Police in another case where he was accused of distributing porn movies through an app. He was granted bail in the case in September.

On Monday, Kundra said, “After much contemplation, after seeing many misleading and irresponsible statements and articles, I feel that my silence has been taken as weakness. I would like to start by saying that I have never been involved in the production and distribution of pornography in my life.”

He said, “This whole episode is nothing but a conspiracy. The matter is sub-judice so I cannot explain, but I am ready to face trial and I have full faith in the judiciary, where truth will prevail.” “

Kundra said that he believes that it is the fundamental right of every individual to live with dignity and he requests the same.

The businessman was booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, Indecent Representation of Women (Prevention) Act and Information Technology Act for allegedly producing/distributing explicit sexual videos.

Fearing arrest, Kundra first sought anticipatory bail from a sessions court, but it was denied, so he moved the Bombay High Court claiming that.

Kundra’s lawyers had claimed that he was not involved in any way in the making or production of the alleged illegal video.

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