ED must supply grounds of arrest to PMLA accused in writing: Supreme Court

The Court held that mere reading of the grounds of arrest would not be an adequate compliance with the mandate under Article 22(1) of the Constitution and Section 19(1) of the PMLA.
Supreme Court, PMLA
Supreme Court, PMLA

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) must supply in writing the grounds of arrest to persons accused under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) [Pankaj Bansal v. Union of India & Ors].

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