Jaya Bachchan loses her cool and curses in RS amid Aishwarya Rai’s questioning in Panama Papers Case

Fans of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as an actress made headlines after being questioned by the ED about the Panama Papers. She arrived at the ED's Delhi office and was questioned by officers. In the midst of this chaos, Aish's mother-in-law Jaya Bachchan has also caught the spotlight as a video of her blowing up other members during the Rajya Sabha session is going viral on social media.


Jaya Bachchan loses her cool and curses in RS amid Aishwarya Rai's questioning in Panama Papers Case

Fans of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan as an actress made headlines after being questioned by the ED about the Panama Papers. She arrived at the ED’s Delhi office and was questioned by officers. In the midst of this chaos, Aish’s mother-in-law Jaya Bachchan has also caught the spotlight as a video of her blowing up other members during the Rajya Sabha session is going viral on social media.

This video is of the Rajya Sabha proceedings and we can see that Jaya Bachchan is getting angry over the personal remarks made against her and her family. Jaya’s words, “Aapke bure din aaenge…I curse you,”can be heard in the video as she screams with her voice. According to reports, the ED will record the statement of the 48-year-old actress in the case of allegations of amassing wealth abroad under the Foreign Exchange Management Act 1999. The ED also issued a notice to Bachchan asking him to explain his foreign remittances. Under the Reserve Bank of India’s Liberalized Remittance Scheme (LRS) since 2004.

Aishwarya had earlier submitted records on foreign payments under investigation. ANI confirmed the development in a tweet, “Enforcement Directorate summons Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in a case being investigated by the agency: Sources.”

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was seen leaving the ED office after being questioned for more than 6 hour. It should be noted that the Panama Papers came to light in 2016 when they were leaked by a whistleblower named John Doe. He leaked the documents to Bastin Obermayer, a German journalist. The Panama Papers includes financial details of approximately 214,488 offshore companies, accounting for approximately 11.5 million leaked documents.


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