ED serves notice to Mohanlal over alleged links with Monson Mavunkal

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Kochi: The Enforcement Directorate has served a notice to Malayalam actor Mohanlal over a money laundering case against self-styled antique dealer Monson Mavunkal. The actor has come under scanner of the ED after reports revealed that he had visited Monson Mavunkal’s museum in Kochi.

ED has asked Mohanlal to appear for the interrogation next week.

The team of the Enforcement Directorate who is probing the case against Monson Mavunkal decided to summon Mohanlal after recording a person's statement in the case. The statement revealed that Mohanlal had visited Monson Mavunkal’s museum at Kaloor here as invited by another actor who is a friend of Monson.

Meanwhile, ED will also question G Lekshmana who was suspended over his alleged links with Mavunkal.

Mavunkal (54) use to take all his high-profile guests into his fold by showcasing antiques in his collection which he claimed included the 'staff of Moses' and 'two of the 30 silver coins that were taken by Judas to cheat Jesus Christ'.

(with inputs from IANS)

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