Jacqueline Fernandez Allowed to Leave India Without Prior Permission from Delhi Court

New Delhi: A Delhi court modified the bail condition to allow Bollywood actor Jacqueline Fernandez to leave India without its prior permission. Jacqueline Fernandez is entangled in a Rs 200-crore money laundering case lodged against her and alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekar.

The court directed the actress to intimate to it as well as the Enforcement Directorate at least three days before leaving the country instead of taking prior permission.

Special Judge Shailendra Malik, who had granted bail to Fernandez on November 15 last year, observed that in order to grab professional opportunities, the actor requires to travel abroad at short notice and she has never misused the conditions of bail at any point in time.

The judge modified the condition in the bail order passed on August 10, noting that taking prior permission of the court before leaving the country “becomes cumbersome and may be a reason for losing livelihood.”

Jacqueline is a citizen of Sri Lanka but lives in India since 2009 and had been regularly paying income tax since then.

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