New Delhi: Recently, a huge amount of Rs 960 crore suddenly arrived in the bank accounts of two school students in Katihar district of Bihar. The case of Pastiya village of Azamnagar had surprised everyone. Gurucharan Vishwas and Asit Kumar had gone to check their IndusInd Bank account on Wednesday (September 15, 2021) when they came to know about it. Do you know that the strings of this matter are also connecting with his ‘Chedi Singh’ i.e. Sonu Sood?
Actually both these students had gone to the public service center of the bank. According to bank officials, the Spice Money company’s portal was being used for transactions of Rs. Through this money also got into the bank accounts of these two students. This is the same company whose brand ambassador is Sonu Sood. Katihar DM Udayan Mishra has directed for a high-level inquiry into the entire matter. Bank manager MK Madhukar says that the case may be related to criminal transactions. Bank employees are also being questioned. However, no evidence has been found so far to reveal the involvement of Sonu Sood in this case. On the other hand, IT has raided the premises of an industrial conglomerate named Rich Group in Kanpur. Along with making an ordinary employee as a director, fraud is also being done to make and sell fake invoices.
There are 15 companies involved in this whole case and all the companies are fake. At the same time, after the IT department raided their hideouts, Sonu Sood issued a statement saying that he does not need to defend himself as he will do so in time. Sonu said that he has devoted himself wholeheartedly to the service of the people of the country. He claimed that every rupee of his foundation is helping to save someone’s life or reach someone in need. Sonu Sood said that at the same time, he has encouraged brands to donate their endorsement fee for humanitarian purposes, which is still underway. Taking a dig at the officials of the IT department, he said that he was busy in welcoming some guests for the last 4 days and hence could not interact with the public. He ended his talk by writing ‘Do good and good, end for good’.