Aam Aadmi Party MLA Satyendar Jain was convicted of laundering money through four firms allegedly linked to him . The ED petition for permission to question Satyendar Jain in the excise policy lawsuit was accepted by Special Judge Geetanjali Goel .
New Delhi (India), September 23: On Friday, the Principal District and Sessions Court of Rouse Avenue Courts granted the Enforcement Directorate's petition requesting the reversal of a money laundering lawsuit involving Aam Aadmi Party MLA Satyendar Jain.Judge Vinay Kumar Gupta of the Principal District and Sessions decided to transfer the Satyender Jain money laundering to another judge on Friday and reopened the case at Special Judge Vikas Dhull, who had previously heard the case.ASG SV Raju said that there was a plot to seek medical protection from false medical records during ED's testimony on Thursday.The judge did not take any action.Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal said he was transferred to LNJP Hospital for the bulk of his time in jail while in jail, and the medical report was given false...we gave all the papers to the police, but nothing happened, ASG Raju said.When the same judge remanded Satyendar Jain, the case was clearly unfair.The ED's argument is hazy.Prior to that, the District Judge had delayed Satyendar Jains' trial after a ED plea requesting the transfer of the case and sending a notice to all the accused people.The Court was now hearing the lengthy arguments on Satyendar Jain's bail petitions and the remaining two co-accused Ankush Jain and Vaibhav Jain. Senior Advocate N Hariharan, representing Satyendar Jain, expressed displeasure with Special Judge Geetanjali Goel and said, Its really unfair.This is absolutely uncalled for.They were preventing something from happening.You can beat it with the sword. The ED's petition for permission to question Satyendar Jain in the excise policy lawsuit was accepted by Special Judge Geetanjali Goel, who took note of the Prosecution Complaint (Chargesheet) filed by the ED against Satyendar Jain, his wife, and eight others, including four firms, in connection with the money laundering lawsuit.During a day-long raid conducted at various locations throughout Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), the ED said to have confiscated Rs 2.85 crore in cash and 133 gold coins weighing 1.80 kilogram from Satyendra Jains aides.During these raids, the department also confiscated numerous incriminating papers and electronic records.Satyendar Jain, Poonam Jain, Ajit Prasad Jain, Sunil Kumar Jain, and Ankush Jain were all the subject of a money-laundering investigation launched by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on August 24, 2017.