Jacqueline Fernandez's request for an answer about her international trip is requested by a Delhi court
On Wednesday, a Delhi court gave the ED two days to respond to Bollywood star Jacqueline Fernandez's request for permission to travel to Dubai.
Fernandez, a defendant in a money laundering case worth Rs 200 crore that also involves the suspected con artist Sukesh Chandrasekhar, has asked the court for permission to visit Dubai from January 27 to 30.
Further Sessions Judge Shailender Malik, who was supposed to hear arguments on the actor's plea on Wednesday, postponed the hearing after the agency requested more time to provide a thorough response to her motion. The new date is January 27.
The actor was represented by a lawyer on Wednesday but did not show up in court.
On December 22, Fernandez withdrew her request for permission to go overseas to see her family from the court after the judge advised "letting the subject of charge first be decided."
On November 15, 2022, she was given standard bail in the case. In this situation, Fernandez was not detained.
On August 31, the judge accepted a supplemental charge sheet submitted by the ED and ordered Fernandez to appear in court.
The new charge sheet includes Fernandez for the first time as an accused, despite the fact that she had previously been called by the ED in connection with the inquiry.
She was not included as an accused in either the original charge sheet or the supplemental charge sheet from the ED. The specifics of the remarks made by Fernandez and colleague performer Nora Fatehi were, however, disclosed in the records.