Delhi Ex-Minister Satyendar Jain’s Interim Bail Prolonged Until September 25

Supreme Court docket has postponed the matter to September 25 (File)

New Delhi:

The Supreme Court docket on Tuesday prolonged until September 25 the interim bail of former Delhi minister Satyendar Jain in a cash laundering case.

A bench of Justices AS Bopanna and Bela M Trivedi granted the reduction to Mr Jain after Further Solicitor Normal SV Raju made a request for adjournment.

Senior advocate Abhishek Singhvi, showing for Mr Jain, additionally agreed to defer the matter.

The highest courtroom then postponed the matter to September 25 after extending the interim bail of the senior Aam Aadmi Occasion (AAP) chief.

It additionally directed one other accused Ankush Jain to be launched on interim bail for 4 weeks on medical grounds noting that his youngster has to endure surgical procedure.

The highest courtroom had on Might 26 granted interim bail to Jain for six weeks for spinal surgical procedure, saying a citizen has a proper to obtain therapy of his selection in a personal hospital at his personal expense. It had prolonged the interim bail by 5 weeks on July 24.

The ED had arrested the AAP chief on Might 30 final yr on the cost of laundering cash by way of 4 firms allegedly linked to him.

The anti-money laundering company had arrested Mr Jain on the premise of a CBI FIR registered in opposition to him in 2017 underneath the Prevention of Corruption Act. He was granted common bail by the trial courtroom on September 6, 2019 within the case registered by the CBI.

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