A Delhi courtroom has granted bail to a girl arrested for aiding the alleged conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar in a Rs 200 crore money laundering case. The courtroom granted the help to accused Pinky Irani who allegedly launched Mr Chandrasekhar to Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez and was performing as an agent for him to facilitate his certain actions corresponding to buying presents for various celebrities or sending presents, flowers, meals to them as and when instructed.
Additional Durations Select Praveen Singh handed the order on February 15, saying the accused was a woman of superior age.
“Because of this truth, as quickly because the investigation has been completed and the proof, which is often documentary in nature, has been collected, I do not uncover that there is any danger of the accused applicant tampering with the proof. Considering the overall data and circumstances, I uncover that no fruitful goal could be served by defending the accused in further custody,” the select said.
The courtroom granted bail on a personal bond of Rs one lakh with one surety of like amount.
The Enforcement Directorate had earlier questioned Ms Fernandez in case. One different actress Nora Fatehi was moreover questioned by the Enforcement Directorate in Delhi in reference to the similar case. This case depends on an FIR filed by Delhi Police’s Monetary Offences Wing (EOW) in opposition to Sukesh Chandrasekhar who’s accused of dishonest Aditi Singh, partner of the earlier promoter of Religare Enterprises Shivinder Mohan Singh, who was arrested in October 2019 in a case related to alleged misappropriation of funds at Religare Finvest Ltd.
Mr Chandrasekhar and his associates reportedly took money from Aditi after posing as authorities officers and promising to get bail for her husband. Mr Chandrasekhar reportedly persuaded Aditi to modify money by impersonating a central authorities official over a spoof identify whereas he was lodged in Rohini jail and promised to deal with bail for her husband.
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