Special Judge Shailendra Malik granted Fernandez release on personal bail of Rs 50,000 and set the next hearing in the case for October 22. A Delhi court on Monday granted actress Jacqueline Fernandez temporary bail in a 200-crore racketeering case against suspected scammer Sukesh Chandrashekar. Special Judge Shailendra Malik granted Fernandez relief on personal bail of Rs 50,000 and scheduled the next
hearing in the case for October 22. Chandrashekar allegedly extorted Rs 200 crore from the wife of former Fortis Healthcare promoter Shivinder Singh.
On August 31, Presiding Judge Praveen Singh learned of an additional indictment filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and ordered Fernández to appear in court. However, Fernández only joined the investigation after police issued a third subpoena. to her. On September 14, she was interrogated for eight hours at the Mandir Marg office of the Economic Crimes Unit in connection with the extortion case. that the ED had previously presented mentioned the details of the statements recorded by Fernández and fellow actress Nora Fatehi.
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Why Jacqueline Fernandez Charged ?
According to ED, both Fernandez and Fatehi, who were interviewed separately on separate days, admitted receiving luxury cars and other expensive gifts from Chandrashekar.’ He made Sukesh pay the writer for the script of the web series ‘The ED’, in his supplementary document, the indictment against Jacqueline Fernandez, he stated that he admitted that Chandrashekar paid the writer Advaita Kala 15 lakh rupees in cash for one he wrote screenplay had given .. for the actor. Fernandez approached her in 2021 to write a screenplay for a web series she was producing. Fernandez received gifts worth 5 rupees.
71 million rupees Police had also summoned Pinky Irani, a mutual friend of Sukesh and Jacqueline Fernandez, to join the investigation. “He allegedly helped Sukesh contact Fernandez. They both know her. They were confronted during the questioning to get more clarity. in that case,” a senior police official had previously said.
“Sukesh had given Jacqueline Fernandez various gifts valued at Rs 5.71 crore with proceeds of criminal activities including extortion. Sukesh delivered all the gifts to Jacqueline through her friend Pinky,” the officer said.