ED not to Expect Admission of Guilt from Summoned Person for Interrogation, Mere Non-cooperation from Witness not Ground for Arrest under PMLA: Supreme Court [Read Judgement]

ED Expect Admission of Guilt from Summoned Person for Interrogation Mere Non - cooperation from Witness Ground for Arrest under PMLA - Supreme Court

In a significant ruling the Supreme Court observed that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) not to expect admission of guilt from summoned person for interrogation and mere non-cooperation from witness not ground for arrest under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA). The appellants, Pankaj Bansal and Basant Bansal were arrested on charges of money…

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