Jacqueline Fernandez, who has been on ED’s radar for the money laundering case, has moved an application to seek permission to travel abroad.
Jacqueline Fernandez made the headlines after she got on the Enforcement Directorate’s radar for her alleged connection with conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. For the uninitiated, Sukesh has been arrested in Rs 200 crore money laundering case. Now, as per the recent update, Jacqueline Fernandez has sought permission to travel abroad for her work commitments amid the ongoing investigation in the case. According to media reports, the Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai actress has moved an application to a Delhi court seeking a 15-day exemption to travel to Dubai to attend the IIFA event.
This isn’t all. The media reports also suggested that Jacqueline has also sought the court’s permission to travel to France and Nepal for her work commitments. To recall, a lookout circular was issued against her following which she was stopped from travelling outside India. It is reported that the lookout circular is still active and it had even led to brief detention at the Mumbai International Airport last year. Although Jacqueline had put in a request before the federal agency to cancel the lookout circular against her in December last year, her request was rejected. We wonder if Jacqueline will be given the permission to travel abroad this time.
Actress Jacqueline Fernandez has moved an application in a Delhi court seeking permission to travel abroad for 15 days, for IIFA Awards in Abu Dhabi. She has also sought the court's permission to travel to Abu Dhabi, France and Nepal.
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