Vivo must respect the law of the land, says the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (AEM) said on Thursday that companies that operate in India must follow the law of the country.



The remark was made by an MEA spokesperson as part of the ongoing investigation into Vivo and other Chinese companies.

“Companies operating here must abide by the law of the land. Our judicial authorities are taking action in accordance with the law of the land. I don’t see the point of commenting as such on this,” the doorman said. -word of the MEA. Arindam Bagchi during a press conference.

Meanwhile, a day after it was reported that two senior executives of his associated company had likely fled India, following raids, the OF said on Thursday that Chinese smartphone company Vivo was involved in huge “hawala” deals.

He said that out of the total sale proceeds of Rs 1,25,185 crore, Long live India remitted Rs 62,476 crore or almost 50% of revenue out of India, mainly to China.

According to the ED, all procedures provided by law were followed during the said operations at each premises, but Vivo India employees, including some Chinese nationals, did not cooperate with the search procedure and attempted to s escape, remove and hide digital devices that were recovered by search teams.

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