The Congress on Thursday questioned if Shah Rukh Khan had faced the wrath of Enforcement Directorate (ED) because he spoke up on the problem of intolerance.
On Wednesday, the ED had questioned Khan (FEMA) in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
“A noted film star like Shah Rukh Khan is grilled for four hours… Whether he’s facing wrath for speaking out or whether something erroneous has been done by him,” chief spokesperson of Congress Randeep Surjewala said.
Shah said that feelings on this particular score appeared as the Enforcement Directorate and the CBI have nowadays become “instruments of vendetta”.
The case, dating back to 2008 09, pertains to the share sale of KRSPL, owned to an Mauritius-based company possessed by Chawla’s husband Jay Mehta alongside Juhi Chawla’s husband and she, by Khan’s Red Chillies.
ED is probing allegations that shares sold to the Jay Mehta – eight undervalued owned Sea Island Investments to nine times. Khan had faced ED once when he was questioned about alleged foreign exchange breach of around Rs 100 crore.