Fertilizer scam: Hearing on RJD MP's plea challenging ED remand on June 11

 Fertilizer scam: Hearing on RJD MP's plea challenging ED remand 


On June 11, the High Court arranged a hearing for RJD member Rajya Sabha. Amarendra Dhari Singh was arrested for money laundering on suspicion of fertilizer fraud. Singh went to the Office of Protecting Rights. During Judge Reka Palli’s trial, the court found that the defendant referred to certain orders that challenged the judgment of the first instance court. At the same time, ED lawyer Amit Mahajan also wants to cite some decisions to support his argument. In this case, the case will be processed on June 11.  

 

Singh is a legislator and businessman who was arrested by ED on June 2 according to the provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The complainant requested that the preventive detention order of June 3 be cancelled. The court stated that the special judge made the decision without considering the specific facts. The petition states that the date of the complaint is April 23, and IWC registered FIR as fraud and conspiracy in May 2021.  

 


According to the Corruption Prevention Act and IPC. On May 19 this year, the home and office where Singh worked with his employees was raided. He said that the emergency management department filed a lawsuit against him the next day, and when he was arrested between May 20 and June 2, he did not subpoena him. The case specifically involved suspected fertilizer fraud involving IFFCO and India Potash Limited (IPL), in which CBI filed a corruption case last month. Singh is believed to be the senior vice president of Jyoti Trading Company involved in the case. 

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