Pathman Senathirajah who is one of the primary accusers of the QNet scam was found taking selfie with Rajnikant on 5th and February. The selfie was uploaded on his social media accounts which went viral in no time. Although Rajnikant has nothing to do with the scam, him being one of the most popular South India film stars gave the social media post a huge lift on Pathman’s account.
The photo was taken in Malaysia while Rajnikant was shooting for Kabaaali. The company was started by Pathman, a Hong Kong is based businessman. Being lawyer by profession, Pathman is well aware of the laws connected with the MLM business. However, that did not stop him from being a part of the biggest scams.
QNet is accused of scamming thousands of investors who were sold worthless plastic and glass products in the name of treating cancer with these products. There are five names that have been included in the report against the QNet operation. These include the names of Hong Kong-based founder Senathirajah and Dato Vijay Eswaran.
The anticipatory bail was also rejected for Michael Joseph Ferreira in the multi-crore QNet scam and also the Padma Bhushan and former world champion of billiards. Few years back in February 2014, the Enforcement Directorate registered a case against Ferreira and QNet founder, Vijay Eswaran and three other independent representatives. The case was registered under the PMLA.
The list of accused includes Srinivas Rao Vanka and Magaral Veervalli Balaji, the directors of Vihaan Direct selling (India) Pvt Ltd. Suresh Thimiri, the director of Transview Enterprises India Pvt Ltd. Malcolm Nozer Desai and Ferreira also respectively have 20% and 80% stakes in Vihaan.
There are other five companies that were listed under the charges of having connections in the QNet scam. Transview Enterprises is one of them. Mumbai police has made great efforts in bringing the truth out to people of India and treating the scammers what they deserve.
EOW of the Mumbai Police Crime Branch went lengths in the investigation and in September 2014, they arrested Susan Chatterjee who was the former daughter-in-law of Ferreira. She was charged to have connections in the QNet scam. She was holding 1.70 crore in her bank account and the money was earned through QNet’s binary scheme.