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The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the validity of various provisions of Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The top court said that stringent conditions for bail under the Act is legal and not arbitrary. It passed order on around 250 petitions filed by various accused.
The court said that it is not mandatory for ED officers to disclose the ground of arrest at the time of detaining an accused in money laundering case.
The Supreme Court also said the Enforcement Case Information Report(ECIR) cannot be equated with FIR and ECIR is an internal document of Enforcement Directorate. Supply of ECIR to accused is not mandatory and only disclosure of reasons during arrest is enough, said SC.

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