Court extends interim protection until November 10 for actress Jacqueline Fernandes in money laundering

A regular bail plea was about to be heard in the case of Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez. Jacqueline was granted interim bail in the case on the last hearing date.

As part of a money laundering case, Delhi’s Patiala House Court granted interim relief to actress Jacqueline Fernandez till November 10. Sukesh Chandrashekhar and others are involved. Regular bail hearings and other pending applications are scheduled for November 10. In addition, the court ordered the ED to provide all parties with the charge sheet and other relevant documents.

Getting relief from the court is Jacqueline’s goal.

The court was to hear the regular bail plea of the Bollywood actress. Jacqueline was granted interim bail in the case on the last hearing date. Fernandez appeared in court along with her attorney Prashant Patil. In response to the court’s order to reply to Star’s bail application, the ED was granted interim bail.

In the charge sheet, what did ED say?

A supplementary charge sheet filed by the probe agency in the Chandrashekhar case in Delhi on August 17 listed Fernandez as an accused. As stated in the ED charge sheet, Jacqueline Fernandez gave interviews on August 30, 2021, and October 10, 2021, during the investigation. Meanwhile, Fernandez denied the “unity of design with Sukesh” and stated that she was a victim of circumstances and criminal acts committed by the conman and his associates.

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Did the court tell the ED anything?

According to the petition, Jacqueline did not know that the proceeds of the crime were present, despite never refusing to accept the gift. Jacqueline Fernandes was constantly misled about GIFT. During the same time, the Enforcement Directorate sought additional time to reply to Jacqueline Fernandes’ bail plea. Court officers asked the ED to provide copies of its charge sheet to all the accused. Each accused was asked to provide the court with a copy of the charge sheet.