ED summons Aishwarya Rai in Panama Papers leak case The Bachchan family was named in the Panama Papers leak case.
ED summons Aishwarya Rai in Panama Papers leak case . The Bachchan family was named in the Panama Papers leak case. The ED had filed a money laundering case in the case.
The world-famous Panama Papers case has added to the woes of the Bachchan family. Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai will appear before the ED today at Lok Nayak Bhavan in Delhi. The Panama Papers case involved about 500 people from India. It contains the names of prominent personalities in each category such as actors, players, businessmen. These people are accused of tax evasion. Abhishek Bachchan was also questioned in the case a month ago.
The Panama Papers case has been under investigation for several days. ED officials have implicated several bigwigs in the country in the investigation. Abhishek Bachchan had also visited the ED office a month ago in this case. He has also handed over some documents to the ED officials. Amitabh Bachchan will also be summoned in this case by giving ED notice.
Why Bachchan family name?
In 2016, the tax documents of a Panama-based law firm were leaked in Britain. It featured the names of big leaders, businessmen and big names from all over the world. In India, the names of about 500 people have come to light. It also includes the name of the Bachchan family. According to sources, Amitabh Bachchan was made a director of four companies. Three of these were in the Bahamas, and one in the islands. It was created in 1993. The capital of these companies was between 5 thousand and 50 thousand dollars, but these companies were doing business of ships, which were worth crores.
Aishwarya had earlier been made a director of a company. He was later declared a shareholder of the company. The name of the company was Amik Partners Pvt. Ltd. It was headquartered in the Virgin Islands. Apart from Aishwarya, her father, mother Vrinda Rai and brother Aditya Rai were also partners in her company. The company was founded in 2005. Three years later, in 2008, the company closed