The High Court has struck down the petition of gold trader Sukhesh Gupta. Directorate of Enforcement – clarified that stay cannot be given on notices given by the ED. To the High Court challenging those notices ..
Gold Trader Sukesh Gupta: The High Court has struck down the petition of gold trader Sukhesh Gupta. Directorate of Enforcement – clarified that stay cannot be given on notices given by the ED. Sukhesh Gupta went to the high court challenging the notices. Asked to give stay on summons. Or appealed to be ordered to provide protection without arrest.
Mukhul Rohatgi, counsel for Sukesh Gupta, had argued in the high court that the money laundering case was not registered and false cases were filed alleging misappropriation of government funds and misappropriation of public property. He said the purchase of a Rs 48 crore palace in Hyderabad was a bipartisan dispute. He told the court that he had written to the palace without paying the money and that there was nothing wrong with it. Also – Mukhul Rohatgi, counsel for the petitioner, contended that the money laundering case was not valid in the complaint filed by Mumbai-based Nebula Infrastructure.
On the other hand, the court was told that a case has been registered against Sukhesh Gupta in Mumbai. The case registered in Hyderabad will also be transferred to Mumbai. Eady claimed that Sukhesh Gupta had sold the Nasribagh Palace in King Kothi with false documents. Based on the complaint, their office in Hyderabad issued a notice to Sukhesh Gupta.
The High Court ruled after hearing arguments from both sides. Sukhesh Gupta has filed a petition seeking stay of the entire notice. This is the first judgment of Justice Hima Kohli since he took over as the Chief Justice of the High Court.
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