The case of Satyendar Jains will now be heard by Special Judge Vikas Dhull after Delhi Court granted ED's requests for its transfer.

Satyendar Jain is accused of money laundering through four organisations allegedly linked to him . The Enforcement Directorates (ED) petition was granted the transfer of Satyender Jains money laundering lawsuit to another judge on Friday .

New Delhi, India, September 23: The Principal District and Sessions Court of Rouse Avenue Court in the national capital granted the Enforcement Directorates (ED) petition requesting the transfer of Satyender Jains money laundering lawsuit to another judge on Friday.Following the conclusion of lengthy arguments by both sides, Special Judge Vikas Dhull reserved the order for transfer on Thursday.The court did not take any action.As a Minister, he has also been working in Delhi Prisons, and he can use wealth, money, and influence.On Saturday, ED filed an appeal urging Special Judge Geetanjali Goel to transfer Satyendar Jains' money laundering probe to another Judge after raising questions about the court's bail petitions.

All three people are now in jail.The ED quizzed Satyendar Jain inside the prison on September 16 after finding them guilty of money laundering through four organisations allegedly linked to him.The ED launched the money-laundering probe on August 24, 2017, against Satyendar Jain, Poonam Jain, Ajit Prasad Jain, Vaibhav Jain, and Ankush Jain, as part of a First Information Report published by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on August 24, 2017.