The Enforcement Directorate Friday informed the Delhi High Court that its investigation into the allegations of money laundering by Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje's son, son-in-law and daughter-in-law in conspiracy with a company owned by ex-IPL chief Lalit Modi was nearing completion.
The submission by ED was made before a bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao which had asked the agency about the status of its probe into the allegations made by a lawyer in 2013.
Central government standing counsel Amit Mahajan, appearing for ED, told the court that the agency's investigation in connection with a representation made by the lawyer was nearing completion and once concluded it will decide the future course in the matter.
Taking note of the submission, the bench said "no interference" by it was required and disposed of a fresh PIL moved by the lady lawyer, Poonam Chand Bhandari, claiming that ED has not taken any action on the representation made by her in 2013.
Bhandari had first moved the high court in 2013 seeking an ED investigation into her allegations.
The agency had in 2015 told the court that it was investigating the allegations and subsequently, her plea was disposed of.
She again moved the high court this year claiming that ED has not done anything since 2015.
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