Delhi's Health Minister Satyendra Jain was presented in the Rouse Avenue Court in the case of money laundering. Meanwhile, on the demand of ED, the court has extended the remand of Satyendra Jain for five days. Satyendra Jain's remand has been extended till June 13.
Satyendra Jain's health suddenly deteriorated while leaving the court, after which he has been taken to RML Hospital in Delhi. The ED argued against Satyendra Jain that after the remand, the premises of Lala Sher Singh Memorial Trust were searched. It has been found in the search that Satyendra Jain was its president.
The ED said in the court that we wanted to get Satyendra Jain to confront Vaibhav Jain, but when we asked for interrogation, he cited illness. It is clear from this that Satyendra Jain is trying to delay the investigation. ED said that investigation is going on in the matter. If something is missing from the CBI in the investigation, it does not mean that the ED should also sit with its eyes closed.
On May 30, Satyendra Jain was arrested by the ED in a money laundering case. Satyendar Jain was produced in Rouse Avenue Court after the end of his custody on Thursday. The ED sought five days' custody from Satyendra Jain stating the need for further interrogation. The ED said that during the investigation, recently 2.85 crore cash was found. On the other hand, Satyendra Jain's lawyer Kapil Sibal told the court that the CBI has been investigating the case since 2016, but the charge sheet has not been filed yet.
raids are going on for the last several days at the places of Cabinet Minister Satyendar Jain in the Delhi government. Satyendra Jain is under arrest for money laundering. Till June 9, Satyendra Jain was sent to ED's remand where today the ED demanded extension of his remand. Along with Satyendra Jain, ED is also taking action against hawala operators.