Delhi Court Allows Actor Jacqueline To Go Abroad For Professional Commitment

DN Bureau

A Delhi Court after hearing permitted Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez to go abroad to Dubai for attending Pepsico India Conference. Read Further on Dynamite News:

Jacqueline Fernandez
Jacqueline Fernandez

New Delhi: A Delhi Court after hearing permitted Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez, one of the accused in Rs 200 crore Money Laundering case involving conman Sukesh Chandersekhar, to go abroad to Dubai for attending Pepsico India Conference.

Additional Sessions Judge Shailender Malik after hearing arguments in the application on behalf of Counsel for Fernandez and Enforcement Directorate allowed the application of Fernandez to travel from January 27 to 30 for her professional commitments with the condition to deposit a fixed Deposit of Rs 1 crore. The Court further directed to Fernandez to report to the Court after returning.

Jacqueline is on regular bail with the condition that she will not leave the country without the permission of the court.

Counsel for Jacqueline submitted through application that she is a Sri Lankan National and belongs to a Bollywood Fraternity and holds a good name in the Bollywood industry.

Counsel requested to court through application that she has always joined the investigation and is ready to abide by any such conditions that this Court may deem fit to impose after allowing the permission in the interest of justice.

Enforce Directorate vehemently opposed the application of Fernandez by submitting that the matter is at the crucial stage of hearing arguments on the charge. So the application of the Fernandez may kindly be dismissed. (with UNI inputs)

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