PMLA with Delhi High Court
PMLA with Delhi High Court

Orally informing grounds of arrest to PMLA accused sufficient for arrests before Pankaj Bansal verdict: Delhi High Court

In Pankaj Bansal judgement, the Supreme Court had said that ED must supply ground of arrest in writing to the accused under PMLA.

The Delhi High Court recently held that oral communication of grounds of arrest amounted to proper compliance with Section 19(1) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), 2002 before the Supreme Court delivered its verdict in Pankaj Bansal case [Neeral Singal v Directorate of Enforcement].

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