The Enforcement Directorate (ED), has filed the first complaint against Sukesh Chandrashekhar, multi-millionaire conman, and seven other defendants in relation to a Rs 200 crore money laundering case involving Jacqueline Fernandez from B-town and Nora Fatehi.
The court of Additional Sessions Judge Praveen Sing filed the charge sheet. Before filing the charge sheet, the ED sought legal advice from senior officials and the prosecution.
The prosecution complaint, which is essentially a charge sheet, runs over seven thousand pages and contains statements by Fernandez or Nora.
The court took the charge sheet into consideration and set the matter for hearing December 13. The court requested that the agency make the charge sheet available to all of the accused.
The Delhi Police case against Sukesh, who was accused of extorting Rs 200 crore from a wife of an industrialist, is the basis of the case in ED. Later, the money was used to buy crypto currency and laundered through hawala.
Pradeep Ramdanee and B. Mohan Raj were named as accused in the charges sheet. Deepak Ramnani, Arun Mothu, Kamlesh Kochhari, Avatar Singh Kothari, Kamlesh Ramnani, Arun Murthu, Arun Muthu and Sukesh Chandrashekhar are also listed.
During the trial, Leena Maria Paul, who was appearing via video conference from jail, said she was being discriminated because she is Sukesh’s wife.
Leena Maria Paul stated that she is being discriminated against. She claimed that she is being treated unfairly because she is Sukesh’s wife. Leena stated that she would like to call her family once a week.