The Mumbai Police has opposed the bail plea moved by Raj Kundra in the Mumbai Sessions Court, contending that if Kundra and others accused in the porn film racket case are released, the victims may refuse to come forward to give further evidence out of fear. .The submission was made in the reply filed by the Police to the bail application moved by Kundra, who is presently in judicial custody for his alleged involvement in the porn racket case. Additional Sessions Judge Sonali Agarwal had earlier directed the police to file its response to the bail plea. .[Breaking] Mumbai Sessions Court issues notice in Raj Kundra bail plea in porn film case.In their 10-page Marathi affidavit, the Mumbai Police apprised that after the present First Information Report (FIR) was registered, several affected women and victims had approached the police raising grievances..Opposing the bail application, the Mumbai Police stated that "if accused are released on bail, then women have been victims of the alleged crimes, may not come forward to give statements out of fear from the accused in the case"..In order to avoid his influencing of such witnesses, it was important to keep him in custody, the police stated..The police submitted that Kundra was arrested because he attempted to destroy evidence from his electronic devices..The police stated further that there was more evidence to be discovered in the case. While so, an apprehension has been raised that Kundra may try to destroy the additional evidence if he is released from custody..It was submitted that after a search and seizure was conducted in Kundra’s office, he allegedly refused to sign on the seizure panchnama. He also refused to accept the notice under Section 41A(1) of the Code of Criminal Procedure and was not responsive during the interrogation, the police contended. As per the police, he also tried deleting data from his mobile phone, which implied that Kundra was not going to co-operate in the investigation..The police goes on to submit that Kundra may go back to producing similar obscene videos, which may hamper the moral and cultural fabric of the society. ."The same may also send out a wrong message to the society", the affidavit stated. .The affidavit further stated that Kundra had started another app ‘Bolly Fame’ as an alternate option since the Hotshot app had to be shut down. The police want to verify if there are more such applications that need to be investigated, the Court has been told..The police informed that they were still investigating his bank statements which contained details of the purported financial transactions undertaken during the course of the alleged crimes..The police also highlighted that Kundra is a British national. As, such it is pointed out that there is always a possibility that he may abscond or remain unavailable for investigation..The police stated that if Kundra is released on bail, he may influence others wanted in the case for their alleged involvement and that they may further tamper with the evidence..The police go on to assert that the case involves a well-planned web due to which the police requires some time unravel the details. It is important to get those details and thoroughly investigate the witnesses before the accused are let out on bail, it is added.