Special judge Geetanjali Goel, who was hearing the problem, pulled up ED over its probe in the case at the same time as listening to the bail pleas of Satyendar Jain and co-accused Ankush Jain and Vaibhav Jain
A Delhi court on Monday placed on preserve the money laundering trial towards Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Satyendar Jain till September 30 and issued a note to the accused within the case on Enforcement Directorate (ED)’s plea for changing the choose listening to the matter. Principal judge and periods decide Vinay Kumar Gupta issued the order and scheduled the next hearing on the transfer on September 30.
Special decide Geetanjali Goel, who became listening to the problem, pulled up ED over its probe in the case whilst hearing the bail pleas of Satyendar Jain and co-accused Ankush Jain and Vaibhav Jain.
The bail hearing changed into in its very last degree whilst the ED orally on Thursday advised Goel that it’s going to flow an application for the switch of the case from her courtroom. The bail listening to become then adjourned until September 20.
Satyendar Jain’s lawyer, N Hariharan, expressed his displeasure while additional solicitor fashionable SV Raju, appearing for ED, said they had been moving the plea of switch of bail lawsuits. “It is definitely unfair. Totally uncalled for. They are pre-empting matters. We will oppose it enamel and nail,” said Hariharan.
The cash laundering case is primarily based on a First Information Report the Central Bureau of Investigation lodged in 2017 in opposition to Satyendar Jain. The AAP leader is accused of laundering money via 4 groups allegedly linked to him and amassing disproportionate profits.
The ED has provisionally connected assets worth ₹4.Eighty one crore of Satyendar Jain’s circle of relatives and groups he “beneficially owned and controlled” as a part of a money-laundering probe towards him.