Allahabad Supreme Court rejects a motion to lift the bank account freeze order

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Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Tue May 04, 2021 9:29 PM IST

Due to the disguise of the facts, the Allahabad High Court rejected the motion to lift the bank account freeze order and reopen the account. The petition was heard via video conference. The court stated that the petitioner had tried to obtain relief from the court by hiding the facts and that the petition was rejected.The order was passed by a department bank of Acting Supreme Judge Sanjay Yadav and Judge Ajay Bhanot, while petitioner Rohit Jawa was dismissed. The court stated that on the basis of the letter dated March 15, 2021, the petition attempted to be overturned in the petition and that the facts stated in the letter were hidden. The petitioner did not indicate in the petition that his account had been blocked due to the forged passport and the investigation carried out by the enforcement agency against the petitioner.

The High Court said the petition was not filed with a clean mind and clean hands, so the petition is dismissed. The court denied the petitioner’s attorney’s request to return the petition, stating that the court would not award damages to the petition and denied the petition. The court said that the petitioner will duly clarify all the facts in the petition as he files the petition in the future.

Due to the disguise of the facts, the Allahabad High Court rejected the motion to lift the bank account freeze order and reopen the account. The petition was heard via video conference. The court stated that the petitioner had tried to obtain relief from the court by hiding the facts and that the petition was rejected.

The order was passed by a department bank of Acting Supreme Judge Sanjay Yadav and Judge Ajay Bhanot, while petitioner Rohit Jawa was dismissed. The court stated that on the basis of the letter dated March 15, 2021, the petition attempted to be overturned in the petition and that the facts stated in the letter were hidden. The petitioner did not indicate in the petition that his account had been blocked due to the forged passport and the investigation carried out by the enforcement agency against the petitioner.

The High Court said the petition was not filed with a clean mind and clean hands, so the petition is dismissed. The court denied the petitioner’s attorney’s request to return the petition, stating that the court would not award damages to the petition and denied the petition. The court said that the petitioner will duly clarify all the facts in the petition as he files the petition in the future.

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