[Yes Bank case] Wadhawan brothers get default bail, Bombay HC says day of remand is included in computing time to file chargesheet

The State had argued that the first day of remand was to be excluded when calculating the statutory period within which investigation is to be completed under the CrPC.
[Yes Bank case] Wadhawan brothers get default bail, Bombay HC says day of remand is included in computing time to file chargesheet

The Bombay High Court today granted bail to DHFL promoters Dheeraj and Kapil Wadhawan who are accused in the Yes Bank money laundering case (Kapil Wadhawan v. Directorate of Enforcement and anr).

The Wadhawan brothers were granted default bail as the Enforcement Directorate (ED) did not file their charge sheet within the statutory period of 60 days from their date of remand, as laid out in Section 167 (2), CrPC.

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