VVIP chopper scam: Nephew of MP chief minister Kamal Nath, Ratul Puri approaches Delhi HC; seeks anticipatory bail

Ratul Puri, nephew of Kamal Nath, on Tuesday approached the Delhi High Court seeking anticipatory bail in connection with a money laundering case related to the VVIP chopper scam

Press Trust of India August 13, 2019 13:02:55 IST
VVIP chopper scam: Nephew of MP chief minister Kamal Nath, Ratul Puri approaches Delhi HC; seeks anticipatory bail
  • Ratul Puri, nephew of Kamal Nath, on Tuesday approached the Delhi High Court seeking anticipatory bail in connection with a money laundering case related to the VVIP chopper scam

  • A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar agreed to list the matter for hearing post-lunch

  • The trial court had on 9 August issued non-bailable warrant against Puri on the plea by the Enforcement Directorate

New Delhi: Businessman Ratul Puri, nephew of Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath, on Tuesday approached the Delhi High Court seeking anticipatory bail in connection with a money laundering case related to the VVIP chopper scam.

A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar agreed to list the matter for hearing post-lunch.

Advocate Vijay Aggarwal mentioned before the bench the matter in which he has challenged the 6 August order of the trial court dismissing Puri's anticipatory bail plea.

The trial court had on 9 August issued non-bailable warrant against Puri on the plea by the Enforcement Directorate.

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