Delhi court will decide on Sukanya’s bail plea citing illness in early June

Somnath Roy, New Delhi: CBI more active in cow smuggling case. The Central Investigation Agency may interrogate Anubrata Mandal’s former bodyguard Saygal Hossain by going to Tihar Jail. According to sources, he can be questioned next week. Meanwhile, even on Friday, the case related to the bail application of Anuvratakanya Sukanya Mandal was not settled. Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court will pass judgment on the case on June 1.

Sukanya Mandal’s bail case was heard in the bench of Judge Raghuvir Singh of Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court on Friday. Sukanya’s lawyer said that the name of Tanya Sanyal, wife of BSF Captain Satish Sharma, who was arrested in the cow smuggling case, is in the ED charge sheet. However, he was not arrested. Sukanya was arrested only for being Anuvrata’s daughter. Sukanya is undergoing treatment for the past one year. He is scheduled to undergo surgery in June. Referring to that, Sukanya’s bail application was made.

[আরও পড়ুন: তৃণমূলের নবজোয়ারে অনুমতি ছাড়া পুলিশ মোতায়েন! হাই কোর্টে জনস্বার্থ মামলা শুভেন্দুর]

The ED said, “According to the statement of the accountant Manish Kothari, Sukanya used to look after the business. He used to instruct everyone regarding financial transactions. He could not have signed without knowing anything. There is no bail in this kind of mockery case.” The judge heard the questions and answers of both sides. The hearing is over. The Rouse Avenue court will announce the verdict on June 1.

[আরও পড়ুন: ‘নিরাপত্তা নিতে লজ্জা হয়’, বারাকপুরে শুটআউট আমজনতার জন্য চিন্তিত অর্জুন সিং]

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