Rs 200 crores cash laundering case | Delhi’s Patiala Home Court docket extends the interim bail of actor Jacqueline Fern… https://t.co/gS38ZMni1O
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The actress had filed a bail plea, which was opposed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), who reportedly alleged that Jacqueline may flee the nation to flee the investigation.
“Now we have not seen ₹ 50 lakh in money in our total life however Jacqueline frittered away ₹ 7.14 crore for enjoyable. She has tried each trick within the guide to attempt to escape as a result of she has sufficient cash,” the ED had stated whereas opposing Jacqueline’s bail. The court docket had additionally questioned the investigating company as to why the actress was not arrested. “Why have not you arrested Jacqueline but regardless of issuing an LOC? Different accused are in jail. Why undertake a pick-and-choose coverage?” the court docket requested the Enforcement Directorate.
The Enforcement Directorate had named Jacqueline Fernandez as an accused within the chargesheet filed within the 200 crore extortion case, stating that the actress was a beneficiary of the extorted cash. In response, Jacqueline had filed a plea stating that she was a sufferer within the case. Her lawyer had advised ETimes, “She has all the time cooperated with the investigation businesses and attended all of the summons issued until date. She has handed over all the data to the very best of her capacity to the ED. The businesses have failed to understand that she was cheated and conned into this matter. She is a sufferer of a bigger legal conspiracy. Taking your entire prosecution case to be true for the sake of arguments, even then, no case is made out towards Jacqueline underneath the scheme of Prevention of Cash Laundering Act or every other legislation in power. It is a case of malafide prosecution and my shopper shall take steps as required underneath legislation to guard her dignity and liberty.”