Jacqueline Fernandez: The ED made Jacqueline Fernandez a co-accused in the money laundering case related to the 200 crore fraud of Mahathug Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Now a hearing has to be held to decide the charges against them.
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Jacqueline Fernandez Money Laundering Case: Film actress Jacqueline Fernandez appeared in Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Thursday in the case related to gangster Sukesh Chandrasekhar. Patiala House ASG Shailendra Malik’s court hearing was held on Thursday to frame charges against co-accused Jacqueline in the money laundering case. Jacqueline Fernandes was present in the court during the hearing. The Patiala House Court has postponed the hearing of the case till December 12.
Jacqueline Fernandes reached the court
Actress Jacqueline Fernandes herself reached Delhi’s Patiala House Court for hearing today. During this, she was seen dressed as a lawyer. Surrounded by her lawyers, Jacqueline was dressed in a white shirt and black pants. Jacqueline was wearing a face mask.
During the hearing, the court was told that another accused in the case, B Mohan Raj, has filed a bail application. Regarding this, the Patiala House Court sought an answer from the Enforcement Directorate (ED). In the same case, another accused Pinky Irani has also filed an application in the court to go abroad.
What is the charge against Jacqueline Fernandez
Let us tell you that Jacqueline Fernandes was made a co-accused by the ED in the money laundering case related to the fraud of 200 crores of Mahathag Sukesh Chandrasekhar. The ED had claimed that despite knowing the reality of Sukesh, Jacqueline took expensive gifts and cash worth about 7.14 crores from him. The Patiala House Court had granted regular bail to Jacqueline on 15 November.
After a long hearing, the court granted bail to Jacqueline
On the 15th of this month, after a long hearing, the Delhi court granted bail to actress Jacqueline Fernandes, giving great relief. Additional Sessions Judge Shailendra Malik of Patiala House Court granted bail to Jacqueline on the condition of furnishing a personal bond of Rs 2 lakh and a surety of the same amount. The court believed that there is no danger of Jacqueline Fernandes fleeing the country as her passport is seized by the agency. During the debate, Jacqueline’s lawyer claimed that the ED was harassing Jacqueline. He said that the statement of the actress has been recorded five times and she is cooperating in the investigation.