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Raj Kundra’s employees were ordered to DELETE “obscene videos” from servers.

An employee at Raj Kundra’s viaan industries has told the police that they were instructed to delete pornographic content from their servers. The Indian Express reported citing police sources. The employee said that the instruction came soon after the FIR was registered in February. The police have reportedly added sections of the destruction of evidence against the accused.

Raj Kundra's employees were ordered to DELETE "obscene videos" from servers.

Four employees of businessman Raj Kundra, have turned witnesses in the case involving production and distribution of pornographic films and told police that was asked to delete clips, said by the sources. The employees said sources, also confirmed that the clips were uploaded from ‘HOTSHOTS’, the businessman’s controversial aap that the police believed was used for streaming porn.

The aap was removed from Google Play Store for Android phones and Apple’s App Store, so the accused “activated plan B” and launched another aap, Bollyfame.

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