In the Mahadev App and money laundering case, the Special Court in Raipur has remanded the accused, Nitin Tibrewal and Amit Agrawal, to 14 days in judicial custody. After completing their 13-day judicial custody on Saturday, both were presented before the Special Court in Raipur through video conferencing. News 36 Live reported that after hearing arguments from both sides, Judge Ajay Singh Rajput issued an order to extend the remand of the accused. Both will now be held in Raipur Central Jail for 14 days.
The court has sent both accused to Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody in the Mahadev App case. It should be noted that the Enforcement Directorate has been conducting a continuous investigation into the allegations. Following the completion of the remand, the accused were presented before the court on January 17. After the hearing, the Special Court in Raipur sent both Nitin and Amit to ED custody for 5 days until January 22. On January 22, after a presentation in court, Raipur’s Special Court sent Nitin and Amit to judicial remand for 13 days.
Nitin Tibrewal and Amit Agrawal have purchased properties worth crores in Dubai and also hold shares in their foreign companies. In the ongoing investigation, an account of Rs 2.5 crore has been traced so far. Amit Agrawal’s brother, Anil Agrawal, was a partner in the Mahadev App. The money sent from Dubai was received here by Amit, who then conducted money laundering through his accountant.
On February 24, notices were issued for 13 people to appear in court, of which 8 have been arrested so far in the Mahadev App case. A plea for anticipatory bail has been filed against the remaining accused. The court has issued notices for these 13 individuals to appear in court on February 24. If they fail to appear in court, summonses will be issued against them. The Enforcement Directorate is actively investigating the case, and more arrests may follow in the Mahadev App case.