Money laundering case involving Rs 200 crore: Court defers hearing on the charge and requests detailed submissions from the ED on the roles of each accused

Delhi Court dismisses charges in a Rs 200 crore money laundering case involving Sukesh Chandrasekar and Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandes . The case was adjudicated for December 20 by the SPP .

New Delhi (India), December 12: The charges in a Rs 200 crore money laundering case involving Sukesh Chandrasekar and Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandes were dismissed by a Delhi Court on Monday.After hearing initial arguments, special prosecutor Shailendra Malik commenced the trial.The court also said that the Prosecutors may make written submissions related to each accused accused individual and relied on evidence.The court observed, People are in prison.Due to the stringent rules, they are not eligible for bail.

You start arguments with wisdom, as you are accused.You produce written contributions.For those in prison, this will bring a good deal of stability.The case was adjudicated for December 20 by the SPP.

The SPP said this case was based on the alleged wrongdoing committed by the Delhi police EOW.While the court heard that the SPP has no disagreement regarding the proceeds of the theft, my concern, in this case, is just to see if the offence of money laundering against the accused individuals is clarified.The judge said that if I make any comment on the investigation, it would affect another case, which is still under investigation.According to the judge, you cant take the things for granted.

It was proposed that a particular method of seized property will be used.The ED is prepared to press the charge on the issue at hand.The SPP also urged the court to give a one-and-a-half-month deadline.The court said earlier that there was a casualty.The SPP told the judge that he would make sure that this does not happen again.

Avoid creating a situation where the court's authority is jeopardized.You are the judge's guardian.

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