Bollywood actor Jacqueline attempted to escape India: ED; however, bail expanded

The Requirement Directorate went against the bail supplication recorded by Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez on Saturday and told a Delhi court that she was not a standard individual and had "gigantic monetary assets with a high height, impact too as abundant resources" and could disrupt the continuous test.  

Notwithstanding, extra meetings judge Shailender Malik stretched out the in-between time bail allowed the actor from September 26 to November 10.

The court was hearing a case connected with the Rs 200-crore tax evasion case including conman Sukesh Chandrashekar.

The court had conceded in-between time bail to Fernandez on September 26 with five circumstances, including that she wouldn't leave the country without the court's consent. 

ED additionally asserted that the actor had endeavored to escape India.

The organization asserted that the Sri Lankan actor hadn't helped out the examination and really messed with proof by erasing information from her telephone and advising others to do such, to which she had conceded as well.

The ED added that Fernandez kept "moving along" her assertions and to date denied she and her relatives utilized the "continues of wrongdoing worth more than Rs 7.1 crore as gifts and money installments" regardless of monitoring the supposed crook demonstrations of Chandrashekhar.

"This lead of the charged shows her contribution in the commission of tax evasion with criminal aim and information with respect to the candidate/blamed who attempted her level best to use the returns of wrongdoing herself also share the returns of wrongdoing with her relatives," ED contended.