New Delhi, January 23
The Supreme Court docket on Monday stated it could maintain a listening to on Jan. 25 on journalist Rana Ayyub’s movement in opposition to a summons issued by the PMLA Particular Court docket in Ghaziabad in a cash laundering case filed by ED.
The chairmen of DY Chandrachud and V Ramasubramanian and JB Pardiwala posted the difficulty after senior advocate Vrinda Grover raised the difficulty.
Grover advised the court docket that the bench, scheduled for Monday, was not obtainable and requested for a seat to lift the difficulty for a later listening to on Monday at 2 p.m.
“We’ll hold as we speak after tomorrow earlier than enjoying a good bench. At present shall be troublesome,” stated the substitute.
On January 17, the chair, led by CJI Chandrachud, agreed to think about registering a plea by Ayyub for a right away listening to after noticing a submission by advocate Vrinda Grover who appeared for her.
Grover stated the summons was issued by a particular court docket in Ghaziabad in opposition to Ayyub for January 27 and so the difficulty was instantly listed.
In her written petition, Ayyub sought to halt the method initiated by the legislation enforcement division in Ghaziabad, citing an absence of jurisdiction because the alleged cash laundering offense passed off in Mumbai.