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Series of regression for Enforcement Dept in Senthil Balaji's case

Series of regression for Enforcement Dept in Senthil Balaji's case

From the raid on Minister V Senthil Balaji's house to the heart surgery he underwent at Cauvery Hospital yesterday, it can be seen that the enforcement department has been facing setbacks.

 

In fact, the enforcement department has been sloppy in the case of Senthil Balaji. Usually, wherever raids are conducted, they shout that we have seized so many kilos of gold, crores worth was disclosed. This is the first setback for the enforcement department.The enforcement department had planned to arrest him and put him in jail in Delhi. Senthil Balaji was sent to judicial custody by the Tamil Nadu court due to his ill health. The Enforcement Directorate's Delhi plan is a shambles. This is the next regression.


The Enforcement Department decided to take Senthil Balaji into custody and interrogate him inhumanely despite the doctors recommending heart surgery in a couple of days. Was it possible to investigate? Couldn't. This is also a setback for the enforcement department.
The court rejected the request of the enforcement department and allowed the treatment at Kauvery Hospital. This is another setback.


The enforcement department went to the Supreme Court without trusting the Madras High Court. Requested to investigate as an urgent case. The Supreme Court pointedly rejected the recommendation of the ESI Medical Board. Who is shamed by this setback?

 

Yesterday, the Supreme Court also rejected the petition filed by the Enforcement Department against the admission of Senthil Balaji to Kauvery Hospital. Advised to approach the High Court itself. This is also a setback for the enforcement department. The law states that police custody cannot be obtained after 15 days of arrest. The enforcement department is wringing its hands without knowing what to do after hastily making arrests as if it had put its hand in a beehive.
Every Indian law is framed with humanity in mind. Whoever the law enforcement agencies are, if they ignore it, they should answer to the courts!