AAP leader Satyendar Jain gets a shock from Supreme Court , bail plea rejected

In a shock to Satyendra Jain in the New Delhi money laundering case, the Supreme Court has rejected his bail plea. The court has ordered Jain to surrender immediately. After which Satyendra Jain can surrender by Monday evening. Former minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Satyendar Jain has suffered a major setback in the Delhi money laundering case. While hearing the money laundering case on Monday, the Supreme Court has rejected the bail plea of ​​Satyendar Jain. Also, the top court has ordered the former minister to surrender immediately. Let us tell you that Satyendra Jain was out of jail due to medical reasons, his office said that he will surrender before the jail authority by Monday evening. Satyendra Jain was given interim relief for 6 weeks on medical grounds by the Supreme Court on 26 May 2023. Which was increased several times depending on his medical condition. Jain was undergoing treatment for almost 9 months. But now the court has rejected their petitions and ordered them to surrender. After the court order, Satyendar Jain's staff told that the former minister is currently undergoing treatment at his home in Saraswati Vihar, Delhi and will surrender by the evening. Let us tell you that CBI had registered a corruption case against Satyendra Jain in 2017. Later, while investigating the allegations of money laundering, ED arrested Satyendra Jain on 30 May 2022. After which, in May 2023, he took bail from the court on medical grounds. ED alleges that Satyendra Jain had laundered money worth crores of rupees through cell companies and hawala. The AAP leader is accused of taking money through four companies linked to him. Due to which he was arrested on 30 May 2022. Jain has been denying all these allegations, AAP supremo Kejriwal has also called the allegations against him a conspiracy of the central government. Let us tell you that former Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh are already in jail.

AAP leader Satyendar Jain gets a shock from Supreme Court , bail plea rejected

In a shock to Satyendra Jain in the New Delhi money laundering case, the Supreme Court has rejected his bail plea. The court has ordered Jain to surrender immediately. After which Satyendra Jain can surrender by Monday evening. Former minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Satyendar Jain has suffered a major setback in the Delhi money laundering case. While hearing the money laundering case on Monday, the Supreme Court has rejected the bail plea of ​​Satyendar Jain. Also, the top court has ordered the former minister to surrender immediately. Let us tell you that Satyendra Jain was out of jail due to medical reasons, his office said that he will surrender before the jail authority by Monday evening. Satyendra Jain was given interim relief for 6 weeks on medical grounds by the Supreme Court on 26 May 2023. Which was increased several times depending on his medical condition. Jain was undergoing treatment for almost 9 months. But now the court has rejected their petitions and ordered them to surrender. After the court order, Satyendar Jain's staff told that the former minister is currently undergoing treatment at his home in Saraswati Vihar, Delhi and will surrender by the evening. Let us tell you that CBI had registered a corruption case against Satyendra Jain in 2017. Later, while investigating the allegations of money laundering, ED arrested Satyendra Jain on 30 May 2022. After which, in May 2023, he took bail from the court on medical grounds. ED alleges that Satyendra Jain had laundered money worth crores of rupees through cell companies and hawala. The AAP leader is accused of taking money through four companies linked to him. Due to which he was arrested on 30 May 2022. Jain has been denying all these allegations, AAP supremo Kejriwal has also called the allegations against him a conspiracy of the central government. Let us tell you that former Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh are already in jail.