The Enforcement Directorate seized Jacqueline Fernandez's passport earlier this month as she remains under the radar for her association with conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. The actress moved an application in a Delhi court seeking permission to travel to Abu Dhabi for the upcoming IIFA Awards. Now, providing much relief to Jacqueline, the Delhi court granted permission for her to travel.
Quoting Additional Sessions Judge Praveen Singh, a media agency reported, "Considering the facts and circumstances, the application at hand is allowed. The applicant is granted permission to travel to Abu Dhabi, UAE from 31.05.2022 till 06.06.2022 and for this given period, the LOC against the applicant issued in this case shall stand suspended."
The court reportedly laid down some conditions before Jacqueline. According to a leading daily, the court said, "The applicant shall submit an FDR to the tune of 50 lakhs along with an undertaking that in case of her non-return, the FDR shall stand suspended and shall also provide a surety of 50 lakhs, The applicant shall submit her itinerary, place of stay and the number at which she can be contacted. On her return, the applicant shall inform the investigating agency about her return."
In the past, the ED had issued a Lookout Circular (LOC) against Jacqueline and restricted her freedom to travel overseas during the course of the investigation.
(Source: Hindustan Times/ANI)