The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) has approached the Delhi High Court against trial court orders allowing Delhi Minister Satyender Jain to be medically examined and admitted into Delhi government’s Lok Nayak Hospital..The federal agency has said Jain should be medically evaluated by an independent hospital like All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) or Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital because there is a likelihood of Jain’s medical report from a Delhi government hospital being tutored since Jain is a minister with the Delhi government."There is every possibility that the Respondent (Jain) will get a favourable Medical Report as he still has influence over the hospitals under the control of the Government of NCT of Delhi,” the plea alleged..ED has said that Jain was holding the post of the minister of health and his picture continues to be on the website of the Lok Nayak Hospital as well as on the plaque in the hospital commemorating the inauguration by Jain as the guest of honour.“…in light of the facts and circumstances of the case, the Directorate of Enforcement has a serious doubt as to whether the Lok Nayak Jaiprakash Hospital or even the GB Pant Hospital would be able to independently assess the medical condition of the Respondent (Jain),” the plea stated..The petition further alleged that when the investigating officer (IO) went to the Lok Nayak Hospital to ensure that Jain appears before the vacation judge through video conferencing, he was found to be sleeping on the patient bed without any cannula on his hand and even multiparaeterm patient monitor was switched off and he was not monitored by any medical instrument.His wife was present in the room and when the IO reached the room, Jain immediately wore the oxygen mask, the BP apparatus belt and monitor was switched on, the plea stated..Jain was admitted to the Lok Nayak Hospital on July 15 and has continued to be there since. On July 19, the ED raised an objection before the trial court but the judge adjourned the matter for arguments on July 29..Background.The CBI had initially registered a case under Sections 13(2) (criminal misconduct by public servant) read with 13(e) (disproportionate assets) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. The case was registered on the allegation that Jain had acquired movable properties in the name of various persons between 2015 and 2017 (check period) which he could not satisfactorily account for. On April 5 this year, the ED, on the basis of its investigation into the money laundering aspect, provisionally attached immovable properties worth ₹4.81 crore belonging to M/s Akinchan Developers Pvt Ltd, M/s Indo Metal Impex Pvt Ltd, M/s Paryas Infosolutions Pvt Ltd, M/s Manglayatan Projects Pvt Ltd, M/s JJ Ideal Estate Pvt Ltd, and other persons under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002.The enforcement agency alleged that between 2015 and 2016, when Jain was a public servant, these companies “beneficially owned and controlled by him” received accommodation entries amounting to the tune of ₹4.81 crore from shell companies against the cash transferred to Kolkata-based entry operators through a hawala route.A Delhi court had earlier rejected Jain's bail plea and he is currently in judicial custody.