Raj Kundra's lawyer said - 'The content was vulgar, but cannot put it in the category of porn'

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Raj Kundra's lawyer has argued in the court that the content was vulgar, but it cannot be classified as porn and also said that nothing in this remand has shown that both the persons Raj and Ryan have found pornographic content. were making.


Mumbai. Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty's husband and industrialist Raj Kundra has been arrested for producing pornographic films and then uploading them through some apps. He is in judicial custody till the 23rd. Mumbai Crime Branch is investigating this matter. In this case that came to light in February this year, after 6 months of investigation, 11 people including Raj Kundra have been arrested by the police. Now the statement of Raj Kundra's lawyer has also come out on this matter.


Raj Kundra's lawyer has argued in the court that the content was vulgar, but cannot be classified as porn. According to a report in the Times of India, he said that nothing in this remand shows that both the men Raj and Ryan were creating pornographic content.

He also objected to the application of Section 67A of the Information Technology Act on sending obscene material in electronic form along with other sections with respect to obscene material, as these laws treat 'actual intercourse' as obscene and everything else as vulgar content. is called in.

On the arrest of Raj Kundra, the lawyer further said that the arrest was to be made when the investigation could not proceed without him, but after his arrest, in this case, he was investigated. Raj's lawyer also said that his arrest was not in accordance with the law.

Raj Kundra had sought anticipatory bail in the case. At the same time, the police also clarified that they have not found any involvement of Shilpa Shetty in this.

Let us tell you that the Times of India, quoting Mumbai Police sources, has claimed that some important electronic evidence has been found in the hands of Mumbai Police. If these shreds of evidence are to be believed, Raj wanted to make the porn business as big as Bollywood. Not only this, Raj considered 'Live Sexual Act' as the future of this business. Mumbai's Joint Police Commissioner Milind Bhrambe said that all such sites, including Raj's 'Hotshot', have been removed from Apple and Google Playstore.