DHFL scam: Delhi court to hear Wadhawan brothers’ bail pleas on Sep 28


New Delhi, Sep 26 (IANS) A Unique CBI court will hear on Wednesday the bail requests of Mumbai-based Dewan Lodging Money Partnership Ltd’s (DHFL) previous advertisers Kapil Rajesh Wadhawan and Dheeraj Rajesh Wadhawan regarding the multi-crore bank credit trick case.

Extraordinary appointed authority Vishal Gogne on Monday recorded the requests for contentions on September 28 upon joint accommodation of the gatherings.


During the procedures led in the mixture mode, there has been an error in guaranteeing ceaseless network and the equivalent couldn’t be settled in spite of rehashed endeavors, the request expressed.

According to the FIR, Wadhawans were charged under segments 120-B (criminal intrigue to carry out an offense), 409 (Criminal break of trust by community worker, or by investor, trader or specialist), 420 (Cheating and unscrupulously instigating conveyance of property), 477A (Misrepresentation of records) of the Indian Punitive Code and Areas 13 (1) and (2) (Criminal wrongdoing by a community worker) of the Counteraction of Debasement Act.

Advocates Vijay Aggarwal, Ashish Hira and Yugant Sharma, addressed Dheeraj Wadhawan while senior backer Amit Desai (who joined through video conferencing) with advocates Rohan A. Dakshini, Pooja Kothari, and Hira showed up for Kapil Wadhawan.

Unique Public Investigator Anupam Sharma, Senior Public Examiner Raj Mohan Chand, and Public Examiner Arvind Kumar were showed up for Focal Agency of Examination (CBI).

Wadhawans, who are having to deal with penalties of different monetary wrongdoings being tested by the Implementation Directorate and the CBI, were first captured by CBI in the Yes Bank-DHFL extortion on April 26, 2020.

They are by and by stopped in a Delhi prison for examining different violations enrolled against them in the public capital.