The Supreme Court, on September 1, extended the interim bail of Satyendra Jain, the former Health Minister of Delhi, on medical grounds. According to sources, the interim bail extension was given in a money laundering case, registered by the Enforcement Directorate. The SC bench, comprising of AS Bopanna and Prashant Kumar Mishra, however, Justice Mishra recused himself, following which Justice Bopanna reviewed the matter and extended bail… read-more
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Satyendra Jain, a Delhi minister who was detained by the Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case, bail application was refused by a Delhi court on June 18. Special Judge Geetanjli Goel dismissed Jain's request for bail, stating that the stage was not appropriate for his release. He was arrested under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act's criminal provisions (PMLA).
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The Special CBI Court, which heard the bail plea petition of the Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain, reserved its order. On June 14, the court heard the matter and is likely to announce its judgement on June 18. Notably, Jain filed for bail petition after a Delhi court, extended his judicial custody with the ED for the next two weeks. The AAP leader was arrested in a money laundering case.
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Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on December 16 said that two more cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 have been detected in Delhi. It raised the total tally to 10 in the national capital. The Minister added that out of these 10 patients, nine are admitted to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash (LNJP) Hospital and one has been discharged. All the patients are stable, reported ANI.
In tandem with the launch of the 'Switch Delhi' campaign, the Delhi Government floated a tender to install 100 charging stations for electric vehicles across the national capital. Power Minister Satyendra Jain informed that the Delhi Transco Limited-issued tender is the country's biggest tender for charging stations. Reportedly, each station will house five charging points. Besides, the tender stipulates a minimum of 20% slow chargers and 10… read-more
Amid the increasing COVID-19 cases, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on November 30 announced to reduce the cost of RT-PCR tests in the capital. He said, "Whereas tests are being conducted free of cost in government establishments, however, this will help those who get their tests done in private labs." Reportedly, orders regarding the decision will be issued soon. The RT-PCR tests at private labs in the city currently cost Rs 2,400.
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Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain on November 11 launched the 'Moksha mask', a battery-operated mask, in a virtual meeting. "The mask has two fans with N95 filters - one for inhalation and the other for exhalation - making it easier for the user to breathe," Jain said. The N95 filter for inhalation aims to prevent the entry of pathogens while breathing, whereas the filter for exhalation… read-more
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