Delhi Court directs CBI to supply the copy of chargesheet to a company in Satyendar Jain case

New Delhi: A Delhi Court after a hearing directed Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to supply the copy of chargesheet and documents to the companies who had allegedly abetted the commission of the offence by facilitating Delhi’s Health Minister Satyendar Jain in acquiring dis-proportionate assets during the check period by allowing their respective bank accounts to be used for parking of unaccounted income of Satyendar Jain.

Vikash Dhull, Special Judge for Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) after hearing said, “It is submitted by Ld. counsel for M/s J.J. Ideal Estate Pvt. Ltd. that copy of Charghesheet and documents has not been received by the company. Let the CBI supply the same by the next date of hearing.”

The Court further said, “Ld. Counsel for other three companies submits that they do not require the copy of chargesheet and documents as A-4 and A-6, who are the Directors of the aforementioned companies have already received the copies of chargesheet and documents. Now put up for 08.02.2023 for appearance of the AR of aforementioned four companies and filing of the

Board Resolution.”

The court directed A-1 Satyendar Jain, A-4 Vaibhav Jain & A-6, Ankush Jain be produced from JC through VC on the next date of hearing.

Counsel for M/s J.J. Ideal Estate Pvt. Ltd. has submitted that summons have been served about two days back and in this short period Board Meeting of the company could not take place for the purpose of appointment of the Authorised Representative.

Similar submissions have been made by the counsel for M/s Mangalayatan Developers/Projects Pvt. Ltd., M/s Akinchan Developers Pvt. Ltd. and & M/s Paryas Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd. They prayed for adjournment to bring on record the Board Resolution authorizing AR to appear on

behalf of aforementioned companies.

The Court adjourned the matter after allowing the submissions on behalf of the counsel.

The Court said on the last date of hearing that on perusal of the chargesheet and the documents filed alongwith it, this court is of the opinion that there are other accused persons, who are required to be summoned for abetting the commission of the offence U/s 13(1)(e) of PC Act 1988″.

The Court said, “The following four companies i.e.(1) M/s J.J. Ideal Estate Pvt. Ltd. (2) M/s Mangalayatan Developers/Projects Pvt. Ltd. (3) M/s Akinchan Developers Pvt. Ltd. and (4) M/s Paryas Infosolutions Pvt. Ltd. had abetted the commission of the offence by facilitating A-1 Satyendar Jain in acquiring dis-proportionate assets during the check period by allowing their respective bank accounts to be used for parking of unaccounted income of A-1 Satyendar Jain. Hence, there is sufficient material to summon the aforementioned four companies for the offence U/s 109 IPC r/w 13(1)(e) of PC Act 1988.”

The Enforcement Directorate had arrested Jain in a money laundering case based on a CBI case against him in 2017 under the Prevention of Corruption Act under which he was accused of having laundered money through four companies allegedly linked to him.

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