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The petition of former Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren will now be heard in the Supreme Court on May 20.

Ranchi: The petition of former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren was heard within the Supreme Court docket on Monday. The division bench of Justice Sanjeev Khanna and Justice Dipankar Dutta heard the petition of Hemant Soren. Now the subsequent listening to on this case can be held on May 20. The previous CM has challenged his arrest in a cash laundering case associated to the land rip-off.

Supreme Court docket had executed Hemant's petition on May 10.
On May 10, the Supreme Court docket had executed the petition of former Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren, by which he had requested to direct the Jharkhand Excessive Court docket to offer its verdict on his petition in opposition to his arrest within the cash laundering case.

Jharkhand Excessive Court docket had rejected Hemant Soren's petition
On May 3, Jharkhand Excessive Court docket had rejected the petition of former CM Hemant Soren, by which he had challenged the arrest of ED. He had gone to the Supreme Court docket in opposition to this order of the Excessive Court docket.

Hemant Soren went to Supreme Court docket for interim bail
Former Jharkhand CM and JMM working president Hemant Soren had sought interim bail within the Supreme Court docket to marketing campaign within the Lok Sabha elections. He had requested that till the Excessive Court docket's order comes on the petition in opposition to his arrest, he needs to be allowed to marketing campaign within the Lok Sabha elections.

Hemant Soren was arrested by ED on 31 January
Former Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren was arrested by the ED (Enforcement Directorate) group on 31 January 2024 within the land rip-off. After lengthy interrogation, ED arrested him. The ED had issued a number of summons to him for questioning within the land rip-off, however he appeared to reply solely two summons. He was arrested after being interrogated for the second time.

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