Money laundering case: SC grants bail to Koda in one case
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday granted bail to former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda in a money laundering case. Koda, who is at present jailed in Ranchi, will remain behind bars as there are two more cases against him.
The Supreme Court had recently granted 45 days to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to complete its probe against Koda for his alleged role in a money laundering case.
Recently, a close associate of Koda - Anil Bastawade - was brought back to Delhi from Indonesia by Indian agencies after the fugitive businessman was detained there following an Interpol notice against him for alleged money laundering charges.
With inputs from PTI
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