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Cattle Smuggling case: Delhi High Court postpones case related to Anubrata Mondal to December 7

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The Delhi High Court on Thursday postponed hearing to December 7 on the multi-crore cattle smuggling case in West Bengal involving All India Trinamool Congress leader Anubrata Mondal, after the AITC leader’s lawyer asked for postponement.

Earlier, the Enforcement Directorate had filed an application in the Rouse Avenue Court of New Delhi for transit remand of Mondal and permission to bring him to the national capital for questioning on charges under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).

This petition by ED was challenged by Mondal in the Delhi High Court  

The Counsel representing Mondal moved a petition in the High Court this morning, requesting for postponement of the hearing till December 7, as the main Counsel in the matter and Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal was busy with his prior engagements in another court.

The Single-Judge Bench of Anup Jairam Bhambhani then asked the Counsel representing ED for his opinion in the matter. As the latter did not raise any objection, the hearing was postponed to December 7.

The AITC leader is presently under judicial custody at the Asansol Special Correctional Home in West Burdwan district. 

Mondal had filed two separate petitions at the Calcutta High Court, one seeking bail and another against the ED’s plea seeking permission to take him to New Delhi.

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