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Abhishek Boinpally, a Hyderabad-based businessman and accused in the Delhi Excise Policy case, has filed a petition before the Delhi High Court challenging the trial court's order denying him bail in the case filed by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED).
Another Hyderabad-business man and accused in the Delhi Excise Policy case Abhishek Boinpally on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court challenging the trial court’s order denying him bail in a case registered by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED).
Boinpally was a Director of Anoos Electrolysis & Obesity Pvt. Ltd, Anoos Health & Wellness Pvt. Ltd., Robin Distribution LLP, Agasti Ventures, SS Mines & Minerals, Master Sand LLP, Neoverse Realty Pvt. Ltd., Zeus Networking Pvt. Ltd and Valuecare Esthetic Pvt. Ltd.
During the hearing, the counsel appearing for Boinpally stated that, “I (Abhishek Boinpally) am in custody since October 2022”.
The counsel for Directorate of Enforcement (ED) opposed the plea, and contended that it lacks maintainability.
Taking note of submissions, Justice Dinesh Kumar Sharma posted the matter for hearing on April 20.
It is to be noted that on February 16, the Special Judge MK Nagpal of the Rouse Avenue Court, Delhi denied bail to Abhishek Boinpally, Vijay Nair, Sameer Mahendru, Sarath P Reddy and Binoy Babu. All of them were arrested by ED in the money laundering case related to the Delhi Liquor scam.
Interestingly, Hyderabad-business man and accused in the Delhi Excise Policy case Benoy Babu moved the High Court last month. Binoy worked as a Regional Manager with a liquor company M/S Pernod Ricard and was arrested in November 2022 in connection with the case being investigated by the Directorate of Enforcement (ED).
Case Title: Abhishek Boinpally v. ED
Statue: The Code of Criminal Procedure; The Prevention of Money Laundering Act
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