Delhi High Court denies bail to major AAP leader Satyendra Jain in Money Laundering Case whereas Enforcement Directorate grills Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren for 9 hours in Illegal Mining Case.
“It has prima facie come on record that applicant/accused Satyendar Kumar Jain was actually involved in concealing the proceeds of crime by giving cash to the Kolkata based entry operators and thereafter, bringing the cash into three companies namely, M/s.Manglayatan Developers/Projects Pvt.Ltd., M/s Akinchan Developers Pvt.Ltd. and M/s.Paryas Infosolutions Pvt.Ltd. against the sale of shares to show that income of these three companies was untainted one,” said the court in its order.
The judge said around 4.61 Crores has been laundered in the present case. The court further denies bail to other co-accuseds namely Ankush Jain and Vaibhav Jain.
On the other hand, CM Hemant Soren targeted BJP for using Central agencies and termed himself “Victim of Conspiracy.”
On contrary to the Hemant Soren statement, ED claimed that they have successfully identifies the proceeds of crime of illegal stone mining in the Jharkhand worth more than Rs. 1,000 Crores till date.
Therefore, the back to back setbacks for country’s leaders has now made one notion very clear that India is no more trapped in the hands of powerful and influential personalities like it was in earlier times and even signs towards betterment in corruption figures.