Bangalore Bineesh Kodiyeri’s lawyer in the Karnataka High Court has said that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had planned the discovery of the debit card of drug lord Mohammad Anoop from his house in Thiruvananthapuram.
The lawyer made the argument in court during a detailed hearing on Bineesh’s bail application in the money laundering case. The argument lasted for about an hour and a half. Arguments will continue when the case is reconsidered at 5 p.m. The ED was given time the next day to protest.
Based on the statements of the defendants in this case, ED said that Bineesh was not the accused in the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) case. Bineesh’s lawyer, Adv. Gurukrishnakumar argued.
Therefore, the case will not stand. Despite a detailed investigation, the NCB could not find any connection with Bineesh’s drug dealing. ED also does not say that there is clear evidence that Muhammad Anoop deposited money in Bineesh’s account. Bineesh’s account was not counterfeit. It is money received from business transactions. He also reminded the court that Bineesh has been in jail for eight months.
The judge, meanwhile, repeatedly asked that the case be referred to a first-degree bench, but that the current judge should consider it. One of Bineesh’s lawyers, Adv. Ranjit Shankar informed. Bineesh was arrested on October 29 last year in connection with a money laundering case. Arrested. Parappana has been in judicial custody at Agrahara Central Jail since November 11.