Earlier, the court had granted him interim bail on a personal bond of ₹50,000. Jacqueline Fernandez appealed for bail on the grounds that there was no point in remanding her as the investigation had already been completed and the chargesheet had been filed.
The actress has been named as an accused for the first time in the supplementary chargesheet filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
Delhi’s Patiala House Court delivered its verdict on November 11 after hearing his bail on November 10.
The plea was filed by Jacqueline Fernandez, which was opposed by the Enforcement Directorate, claiming that Jacqueline could flee the country to avoid investigation.
Meanwhile, the court announced its verdict on Friday after passing the verdict on Thursday. According to the court’s ruling, his temporary bail was extended until November 15, and the regular bail order will also be announced on this day.
The court asked the ED counsel to hand over all the documents related to the case to all the accused.
The Enforcement Directorate told the court that Jacqueline was a foreign national and that when her interrogation began in December 2021, she tried to flee.