The temporary bail for Jacqueline Fernandez in the money laundering case has been extended until November 15

On the court grounds, Jacqueline Fernandez was also visible. She avoided interacting with the press.


In the Rs 200 crore money laundering case involving conman Sukesh Chandrashekar, a Delhi court has extended the actor Jacqueline Fernandez’s provisional bail till November 15, or Tuesday. The order was put on hold by the court on Thursday. The order was not yet available, according to Special Judge Shailendra Malik, who had previously given Ms. Fernandez pre-arrest protection. He added that the court will issue it on Tuesday. The actress was seen attending the courthouse to observe all of the proceedings.

The verdict:

“Rs 200 crores money laundering case | Delhi’s Patiala House Court extends actor Jacqueline Fernandez’s interim bail until November 15th,” ANI tweeted. On that day, the normal bail order will be announced. According to other media outlets, the Enforcement Directorate stated in its statement that Ms. Fernandez can simply flee the nation because she has enough money. On this, the court inquired as to why the actor had not been detained at this point.

To prevent the actor from leaving the country, the agency issued a Lookout Circular (LOC) on airports, and the court had been informed by the agency. It is important to note that Jacqueline has requested bail, claiming that because the inquiry is over and the charge sheet has been submitted, her detention is no longer necessary. The court granted her temporary release on a 50,000 rupee personal bond on September 26.

The case:

ED has repeatedly interrogated Nora Fatehi and Jacqueline Fernandez. Each actress had a recording of their remarks. According to rumors, the con artist was also dating Jacqueline Fernandez. It should be noted that Sukesh Chandrasekhar and Leena Maria Paul were detained by the ED in accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act in relation to an alleged extortion ring operating out of Delhi’s Tihar Jail.

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