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PMLA court’s decision in Hemant Soren case, 5 days remand granted – India TV Hindi

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Former Chief Minister of Jharkhand Hemant Soren

New Delhi: A big news is coming out in Hemant Soren case. PMLA Court has given its decision in this matter. In the decision, the court has given 5 days remand to ED. For your information, let us tell you that ED had asked for 10 days remand from the court, but the court has granted them remand for only 5 days. Hemant Soren’s lawyers have appealed to the court that Hemant Soren should be kept in the same Hotwar jail where the former CM was kept yesterday.

Interrogation will take place in jail itself

Let us tell you that the lawyers further told the court that the jail is safe in terms of security, hence the ED should interrogate it for 5 days in the jail itself. After hearing both the parties, the court gave 5 days custody to ED. Further, keeping in mind the security reasons, the court has asked the ED to interrogate Hemant in the jail itself and if he has to be taken somewhere, then his security should be taken full care of. ED has given its consent to the court on this. That means ED will interrogate Hemant in jail.

Jharkhand gets new CM

Earlier today, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) legislative party leader Champai Soren took oath as the Chief Minister of Jharkhand. Governor CP Radhakrishnan administered him the oath of office at the Raj Bhavan here. Apart from Champai Soren, senior Congress leader Alamgir Alam and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Satyanand Bhokta took oath as ministers of the state. Let us inform you that Hemant Soren had put forward the name of Champai Soren in the legislature party meeting.

What is the matter?

ED claims that there are a dozen plots of land with a total area of ‚Äč‚Äčabout 8.5 acres in illegal possession and use of former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren and this is the property earned from crime under the Money Laundering Act. Soren (48) was arrested by the ED on Wednesday night, soon after resigning from the post of Chief Minister. The agency interrogated him for more than 7 hours a day.

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Champai Soren became the new Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Alamgir Alam and Satyanand Bhokta took oath as ministers.

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