Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez has been accused of tampering with evidence and trying to flee the country in a Rs 200 crore money laundering case.
India’s Enforcement Directorate (ED) has submitted its response to Jacqueline’s bail plea in the court.
Indian media claimed to have access to ED’s response to Jacqueline Fernandez’s bail extension plea.
It was said that ED is investigating a money laundering case of 200 crores, the actress has a lot of money and she can interfere in the ongoing investigation.
In response, the ED opposed Jacqueline Fernandez’s bail plea and said that the actress never cooperated in the investigation of the case.
The ED replied that Jacqueline tried unsuccessfully to escape from India but was unable to do so due to the Look Out Circular (LoC).
A Delhi court on Saturday extended Jacqueline’s interim bail till November 10 in the Rs 200 crore money laundering case in which Sukesh Chandrasekhar is arrested.
The court directed the ED to provide relevant documents including the charge sheet to all the parties and adjourned the hearing till November 10.
The investigating agency had submitted a charge sheet in the court on August 17, naming the Indian actress as an accused in the case.
Sukesh Chandrasekhar allegedly gifted Jacqueline jewelry worth over 7 crores, the accused also gifted expensive cars, bags, clothes, shoes and watches to the actress’s family.
Yesterday, Sukesh Chandrasekhar wrote to his lawyer that Jacqueline Fernandez had no role in the 200 crore scam, all the expensive gifts and transactions were part of the relationship between us.