Before giving regular bail to Jacqueline, the court had granted interim bail. However, ED officials have been continuously opposing bail in the hearing of this case in Delhi’s Patiala House Court.
Jacqueline Fernandez bail: Delhi court has granted bail to film actress Jacqueline Fernandez in money laundering case. The court has ordered Jacqueline to furnish a surety of Rs 2 lakh and a surety of Rs 2 lakh. However, in the hearing held after the court granted bail, the ED opposed the bail and expressed the possibility of his fleeing the country. But Jacqueline said that she has fully cooperated in the investigation, unnecessarily she is being harassed.
Interim bail was given in the past
Before giving regular bail to Jacqueline, the court had granted interim bail. However, ED officials have been continuously opposing bail in the hearing of this case in Delhi’s Patiala House Court. On 11 November, the interim bail of Jacqueline Fernandez was extended till 15 November. Jacqueline is an accused in the Sukesh Chandrasekhar fraud case.
ED was reprimanded by the court
While hearing the matter, the court had reprimanded the ED on November 10. The court asked the ED, which is performing the quorum in the arrest of Jacqueline Fernandez in the case, why the actress has not been arrested yet. Why the Enforcement Directorate is adopting pick and choose formula while taking action indiscriminately. In fact, when the ED protested against the bail of the actress, the court reprimanded it.
Jacqueline can run away from the country
The ED is constantly calling Jacqueline Fernandez for questioning. A lookout circular was issued against the actress in the past. ED told that the actress should not be granted bail, she is not cooperating in the investigation. Argued that Jacqueline can run away from the country. “We have never seen Rs 50 lakh in cash in our entire life but Jacqueline spent Rs 7.14 crore on entertainment,” the ED said. He has tried every trick to try to escape as he has enough money. On this, the court asked that when there is so much evidence, why did you not arrest? Court asked, ‘Why haven’t you arrested Jacqueline yet despite issuing LOC? Other accused are in jail. Why are you adopting pick and choose policy?