Ranchi: Hearing was held in Jharkhand High Court regarding shell companies. During the hearing, the documents in sealed cover presented by the ED were opened in front of the court. During the hearing, in the shell company case, the High Court has directed that the detail report of 16 FIRs related to MNREGA should be presented before the court. In the hearing, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, advocate general Rajiv Ranjan, advocate Piyush Chitresh argued on behalf of the state government.

Advocate Tushar Mehta on behalf of ED and ASGI Prashant Pallav on behalf of CBI along with advocate Partha Jalan represented the High Court. On the other hand, Senior Advocate Mukul Rohatgi and High Court Advocate Amritansh Vats on behalf of the Chief Minister presented their side. During this, the court asked the petitioner’s lawyer why the investigation of this case should be given to the CBI, while no FIR has been registered in this case, to which Rajiv Kumar replied by saying the matter of being public interest.

Rajiv Kumar has informed the court that the matter is also related to Pooja Singhal case. Senior advocate Tushar Mehta, appearing for the ED, told the court that in the year 2010, 16 FIRs were registered. Was. After this, the ED found in its investigation that crores of rupees are with Pooja Singhal and the bribe money received by Pooja Singhal was passed on to the people at the top in power.