The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned actress Yami Gautam in connection with an alleged violation of FEMA (Foreign Exchange Management Act). This is the second summon issued to the actress, and now she has been asked to visit the ED office in Mumbai on July 7.
Senior ED officials said that the actress had received an amount of over ₹1 crore from an overseas entity a few years ago, but she didn’t disclose it and didn’t comply with mandatory FEMA Rules. She has been summoned to furnish all the details about the overseas transactions.
If she is found guilty during the investigation, she may be asked to pay a heavy penalty for violations under FEMA or may face other punishments as prescribed under FEMA, ED sources indicated.