Delhi court grants Jacqueline Fernandez bail in ₹200-cr extortion case
New Delhi A Delhi court on Monday conceded break bail to Bollywood entertainer Jacqueline Fernandez regarding her supposed contribution where Aditi Singh,
the spouse of ex-Fortis advertiser Shivinder Singh, was purportedly hoodwinked of ₹200 crore.
Conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar is the primary blamed for the situation. Conceding brief help to Fernandez,
Exceptional appointed authority Shailendra Malik permitted her interval bail supplication at an individual and guarantee bond ₹50,000.
The court additionally looked for the reaction of the Implementation Directorate (ED) on the 37-year-old entertainer's standard bail supplication and posted the matter for October 22.
Advocate Prashant Patil, showing up for Fernandez, let the court know that she has consistently helped out examination organizations and has showed up before them on every one of the dates when she was called.
"She has given over all the data as well as could be expected to the ED," he submitted.
Prior on August 31, the court had given a request to Fernandez to show up before it truly on September 26 subsequent to taking insight of the ED's strengthening charge sheet documented against her.
The charge sheet, documented on August 17 in the ₹200 crore blackmail case, named the entertainer as a blamed.