Fact Check: Is Senthil Balaji Arrested? Third judge to hear the case on July 11 and 12

The latest update on the case of the arrest of Tamil Nadu Minister V Senthil Balaji is that a third judge has been appointed to hear the start of the full hearing of the case. The newly appointed judge in the V Senthil Balaji arrest case is Judge CV Karthikeyan, who will decide the legality of the Tamil Nadu minister’s arrest. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) arrested the Tamil minister. CV Karthikeyan will reportedly hear arguments during the hearing on July 11-12. Since V Senthil Balaji was arrested, the whole state is talking about the legality of his arrest. Meanwhile, V Senthil Balaji’s wife contested ED’s arrest and filed a petition. She is asked to stick to this page and read this article till the end. Scroll down the page.

Arrest of Senthil Balaji

Is Senthil Balaji under arrest?

V Senthil Balaji’s wife filed a petition on the maintainability of habeas corpus to order the arrest, the scope of the exemption from the hospitalization period, and the legality of pretrial detention to consider the enforcement department’s custody request. CV Karthikeyan will be the third judge to start the full hearing. He continues reading this article and knows more details.

Arrest of Senthil Balaji

As to the applicability of the section 41 A summons to CrPC investigation during PMLA arrest by the Enforcement Department, the judge said there was no difference of opinion on the matter since Judge J Nisha Banu (one of the division bench judges) didn’t deal with the same, although the topic could be discussed. The judge said he will hear the full hearing on the matter on July 11-12 because he was informed by lead counsel NR Elango that lead counsel Kapil Sibal is having some difficulties arguing the case on Saturday. This is why the Justice announced the dates of July 11 and 12 to hear the case. Scroll down the page and read more details.

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Arrest of Senthil Balaji

Since the division court of Judge Bharatha Chakravarthy and Judge Nisha Banu have different verdicts on the case, a third judge was appointed to decide the legibility of ED’s arrest of V Senthil Balaji. Chief Justice Sanjay Vijaykumar Gangapurwala appointed Judge Karthikeyan as the third judge in this case. Judge CV Karthikeyan’s verdict will decide whether ED lawfully arrested Tamil Nadu Minister V Senthil Balaji. The third judge will hear the argument on July 11 and 12. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

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Source: vtt.edu.vn

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