According to reports, Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Mumbai Police registered a complaint against the father-son duo in connection with infamous Qnet scam.
The latest shocking new involving the Iranis surfaced at a time when the EOW was busy looking for former world Billiards champion and Padma Bhushan Michael Ferreira in connection with the QNet scam.
Mumbai Police registered a complaint against Boman Irani and his son
Police suspect that Ferreira to be a stakeholder in Qnet. A lookout notice has been issued against the 74-year old sports ace. He allegedly was involved in the marketing scam.
EOW sources earlier had informed that they had sent summon to his residence, which was followed by a lookout notice, but there was no response from his side.
The notice says, "It appears that you are acquainted with facts and circumstances of the case."
A case has already been filed against directors and officers of Vihaan Direct Selling (India) pvt ltd, QNet, Transview Enterprises and Vanmala Hotels & Tourism Services.
Qnet posed as marketing firm which sells bio-discs, watches, herbal products, holiday packages etc and lured investors with schemes involving investment between Rs. 30,000 and Rs 7 lakh.