Jailed AAP Chief Admitted To Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital After Well being Deteriorates

Additional particulars are awaited.

New Delhi:

Jailed former Delhi minister and AAP chief Satyendra Jain was delivered to Safdarjung Hospital after he complained of decay in well being. Additional particulars are awaited.

On Could 15, former Delhi minister Satyendra Jain moved Supreme Court docket in search of bail in a cash laundering case towards him. He has challenged the Delhi Excessive Court docket’s order dismissing his bail plea within the cash laundering case towards him.

On April 6, the Delhi Excessive Court docket dismissed the bail plea of Satyendra Jain. The HC whereas dismissing the Satyendra Jain bail plea said that the applicant is an influential particular person and has the potential of tampering with proof. Satyender Jain/applicant, at this stage, cannot be held to clear the dual situations of the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA).

The HC had stored the order reserved on March 21 after the conclusion of the submissions made by the defence and prosecution sides after a number of hearings. Throughout arguments, Further Solicitor Basic (ASG) SV Raju appeared for Enforcement Directorate contented that cash laundering is crystal clear towards Jain and different co-accused.

In his bail plea, Mr Jain said, “I appeared earlier than ED on 7 events. I’ve cooperated and took part within the investigation. I used to be arrested 5 years down the road in 2022.”

On November 17, 2022, the trial courtroom dismissed the bail petition of Satyendra Jain. He was arrested on Could 30, 2022, underneath sections of the Prevention of Cash Laundering Act (PMLA) by Enforcement Directorate and is presently in Judicial Custody within the case.

The ED case relies on a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) criticism registered on the allegation that Satyender Jain had acquired movable properties within the identify of assorted individuals from February 14, 2015, to Could 31, 2017, which he couldn’t satisfactorily account for.

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