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Rana Kapoor’s family has not received any immediate relief from the court

Mumbai: The High Court on Monday refused to grant immediate relief to the wife and daughters of Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor. The special court on Saturday refused to grant bail to the three and remanded them in judicial custody for 14 days. The court refused to hear the plea of ​​the trio immediately after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) told the court that she was currently lodged in the Byculla women’s jail.

The trio have challenged the special court’s decision not to grant bail in the high court. Kapoor’s wife Bindu and daughters Radha Kapoor and Roshni Khanna’s illegal activities have caused the bank to incur a loss of Rs 4,000 crore. The court refused to grant him bail, noting that there was no question of showing sympathy as he was a woman and a mother of children. However, the three have approached the high court seeking quashing of the special court order, claiming that the court had recorded a false observation. All the evidence collected in this case is in the possession of the CBI and there is no question of destroying it. He further added that he was not involved in any financial misconduct or in the day-to-day running of the bank

His petition was filed before a bench of Justice Bharti Dangre on Monday. It also demanded an immediate hearing. But the court refused to hear his petition immediately.

All three were not arrested in the case. The trio had sought bail out of sympathy after the chargesheet was filed.

 

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