Cops investigate Bomans sons role in QNet scam

Boman Irani’s son Danesh Irani was recently accused of being involved in the infamous QNet scam which amounted to about Rs. 425 cores after a complaint was filed against him by Gurpreet Singh Anand, a resident in suburban Mumbai.

In his complaint, Anand had alleged that Danesh was actively involved in propagating the scam and had asked the authorities to investigate the matter. Throwing some light on the current scenario, joint commissioner of police (crime) Himanshu Roy stated that Danesh’s account is under scrutiny since his account holds a whopping amount of Rs 18 and have even revealed that they would call him in to record a statement. However, he also specified that they weren’t investigating only his account but the money trail in general which connects many individuals.

However, defending his son, Boman reacted to the accusations strongly and claimed that his son was an agent in the year 2007-2008 like any other collegian but is currently residing in US for further studies and the amount in his account is a result of his hard earned money. He also stated that his son works as a multi-level marketing agent and that they are the law abiding citizens of the country.

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