in ,

Arguments in the Jacqueline Fernandes money laundering case are postponed by the Delhi Court.

The Special Public Prosecutor was given permission and a deadline by the Court to respond to the discharge request made on behalf of Avatar Singh Kochar.

On Thursday, a Delhi court postponed the discussion of the arguments in a case of suspected money laundering involving the star Jacqueline Fernandez.

She has a bond in the case. Sukesh Chandra Shekar, a purported con artist, is also charged in this case. This situation relates to a money laundering case involving Rs 200 crore. The charge’s defence arguments were postponed by Special Judge Shailendra Malik on Thursday until December 12.

Jacqueline’s attorney, Prashant Patil, claimed that he was missing certain relevant papers.

“What is this, before the senior lawyer had indicated all the papers have been delivered, but now you are stating they are not supplied,” the court yanked him back.

The special public prosecutor requested and was given time to present their case.

The Special Public Prosecutor was given permission and a deadline by the Court to respond to the discharge request made on behalf of Avatar Singh Kochar.

What do you think?

ZZED Reporter

Written by ZZED Reporter

Leave a Reply

Avatar

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

For Black Friday, Jabra’s top wireless earbuds are marked down significantly.

Priyanka Chopra Posts Up-Close Image of Malti’s Face: View the Cute Snap