Jacqueline Fernandez Gets Bail: A Delhi court on Tuesday granted bail to Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez in the Rs 200 crore money laundering case involving conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. But the court has put some conditions which Jacqueline will have to follow in any case.
Court imposed these conditions
Special Judge Shailendra Malik granted this relief to Jacqueline Fernandes on a personal bond of Rs 50,000 and one surety of like amount. The court, while granting bail to Jacqueline Fernandes, also said that she can go out of the country for a few days after taking orders from the court, but she cannot leave the country under any circumstances.
ED has issued summons many times
The judge had taken cognizance of a supplementary charge sheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on August 31 and asked Jacqueline Fernandes to appear before the court. The Enforcement Directorate has issued summons to Fernandes several times in connection with the investigation. Fernandes was first named as an accused in the supplementary chargesheet. Jacqueline Fernandes was not mentioned as an accused in the ED’s first charge sheet and a supplementary charge sheet. However, the details of the statements recorded by Jacqueline and actress Nora Fatehi were mentioned in the documents.
ED had opposed the bail
Earlier, the ED had opposed Jacqueline Fernandez’s bail saying that Jacqueline spent Rs 7.14 crore for fun. They have made every effort to run away as they have enough money. During the hearing, the court had questioned the central agency which decided not to arrest Jacqueline Fernandes during the investigation of the case. The special judge had said, “Why have you (ED) not arrested Jacqueline so far during the investigation despite issuing LOC? Other accused are in jail. Why are you putting different criteria? You have to pick and choose.” There cannot be a policy. There must be reasons for not arresting an accused.”
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