P Chidambaram gets relief in Aircel Maxis case, Patiala Court gave exempts from arrest.
In the Aircel Maxis Case, former Union Minister P Chidambaram has relieved. Delhi’s Patiala House Court Patiala House court has increased the interim exemption given to the arrest.
New Delhi: Former Union Minister P Chidambaram has reassured in the Aircel Maxis Case. The Patiala House court of Delhi has extended the interim exemption given to the arrest till November 26. The next hearing will also be held on November 26. Because of the opposition to the anticipating bail from the ED, it was believed that this time, the problems of P Chidambaram can increase.
ED had said arrest was necessary
In the case of Aircel-Maxis Case, the ED has opposed the advance bail petition filed by former finance minister P Chidambaram. In his reply on the anticipatory bail petition filed by Chidambaram, the Enforcement Directorate said that his attitude has been defiant and he was not cooperating in the investigation. In this case arrest is necessary. However, on the petition of Special Judge OP Saini on the petition of Chidambaram on Thursday, he got an interim rebate.
In the Aircel-Maxis case filed by the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate, the court gave interim protection to the arrest of Chidambaram and his son Karti on October 8 from the arrest. In order to avoid arrest in the Directorate’s case, Chidambaram had filed a petition in the court on May 30 this year seeking protection, in which he has been receiving relief from time to time.
Explain that recently, the Enforcement Directorate filed a supplementary charge sheet against P Chidambaram. P Chidambaram was made the accused number one in this charge sheet. Apart from this, there are also names of other 8 people in this charge sheet. In the Aircel Maxis case, Delhi’s Patiala House court has fixed November 26 for consideration of the charge sheet. Let us know that in this case, the CBI has also filed separate supplementary chargesheets.