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200 Cr Money Laundering Case: Sukesh Chandrasekhar’s Judicial Custody Extended Till March 31

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200 Cr Money Laundering Case: Sukesh Chandrasekhar’s Judicial Custody Extended Till March 31

Conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar appeared earlier than Delhi’s Patiala Home Court docket in reference to a cash laundering case of Rs 200 crore.  The court docket on Saturday prolonged the judicial custody of Sukesh Chandrasekhar until March 31.

The court docket additionally refused to listen to Sukesh Chandrasekhar’s petition looking for the switch of the case to a different choose. As per information company ANI, he accused the choose of being biased within the petition.

Patiala Home Court docket refused to listen to his plea expressing its displeasure over the submitting of the petition.

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The court docket acknowledged that the accused doesn’t have the correct to touch upon the presiding officer, ANI reported.

Earlier, the conman challenged the order framing prices in opposition to him in a cash laundering case associated to the Election Fee bribery case of 2017. The principle case has been stayed by the Delhi Excessive Court docket.

As per ANI, advocate Anant Malik showing for Sukesh contended that in view of the keep on the primary case (scheduled case), the trial court docket couldn’t have framed prices of cash laundering underneath the PMLA.

He additional mentioned that the scheduled offence is the bottom on which the cash laundering case is predicated. “When it goes, every part goes,” he mentioned.

The counsel for the ED, however, submitted that if the arguments of the petitioner had been accepted, it might have huge ramifications. The central company submitted that besides in instances the place an accused is acquitted or discharged, any safety within the scheduled offence doesn’t have any influence on the cash laundering offences.

The lawyer additionally talked about that there was a proceed of crime and it was utilized by the accused in shopping for vehicles and paying payments.

This ED case is predicated on a Delhi Police case in opposition to Sukesh for allegedly taking cash from Former AIADMK chief TTV Dhinakaran.

The conman allegedly took the cash to bribe the Election Fee officers to be able to get the 2 leaves image for the V Okay Sasikala faction in a by-election on the RK Nagar meeting seat in Tamil Nadu. The Delhi Excessive Court docket stayed the primary bribery case in 2019.


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