Court extends ED custody of Vivo executives by two days – Times of India

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NEW DELHI:A Delhi court on Tuesday extended by two days the ED custody of three Vivo-India executives in a money laundering case against the Chinese smartphone maker and others.
Additional sessions judge Aparna Swami extended the custody of interim CEO of Vivo-India Hong Xuquan alias Terry, CFO Harinder Dahiya and consultant Hemant Munjal on an application moved by the Enforcement Directorate.
The accused were produced before the court on the expiry of their three-day ED custody granted earlier. The ED sought their remand for five days, claiming they were required to be confronted with the other accused arrested in the case earlier.
China had said on Monday it will provide consular protection and assistance to the arrested employees working for smartphone maker Vivo in India and expressed its firm backing to the Chinese businesses in protecting their lawful rights and interests.
The federal anti-money laundering agency had earlier arrested four people — mobile company Lava International’s MD Hari Om Rai, Chinese national Guangwen alias Andrew Kuang, and chartered accountants Nitin Garg and Rajan Malik — in the case. They are in judicial custody at present.
The ED had filed a chargesheet against the four in a special PMLA court in Delhi. The court recently took cognisance of the chargesheet.



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