New Delhi: Actress Jacqueline Fernandez’s interim bail has been extended till November 15 in Sukesh Chandrashekhar money laundering case. The Patiala House Court, Delhi gave its verdict today after hearing her bail plea on November 10.
The plea was filed by Jacqueline Fernandez which was opposed by the Enforcement Directorate, alleging that Jacqueline could flee the country to escape the investigation.
Meanwhile, after reserving the verdict on Thursday, the court pronounced its verdict on Friday. According to the court’s verdict, her interim bail extended till November 15 and the order on regular bail will also be pronounced on that day.
Rs 200 crores money laundering case | Delhi's Patiala House Court extends the interim bail of actor Jacqueline Fernandez till 15th November.
The order on regular bail will be pronounced on that day. https://t.co/tWEeAuW8zI
— ANI (@ANI) November 11, 2022
Yesterday, the actress arrived at Delhi Patiala High court for her impending bail hearing on the same.
The court asked the ED’s lawyer to give all the documents related to the case to all the accused.
The Enforcement Directorate said in the court that Jacqueline is a foreign national and when her questioning began in December 2021, she tried to flee.
Earlier, she was granted interim bail in the matter by the trial court. Jacqueline’s lawyer Advocate Prashant Patil confirmed to ANI that the actress will be attending the court proceedings scheduled for November 10.
Jacqueline Fernandez was earlier granted interim bail in the matter by the trial court.