T&T Law founder Rohit Tandon was denied bail yet again as sessions court noted that he would likely influence witnesses in the money laundering case against him if released on bail, reported the Daily Pioneer and others.

Delhi additional sessions judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar dismissed Tandon's fresh bail application accepting advocate Nitesh Rana's plea for the Enforcement Directorate that Tandon may hamper investigation if he was granted relief at this stage.

Tandon has completed one year behind bars now and his bail application has been rejected at all levels including the Supreme Court as we had extensively reported at the time.

He was arrested in January 2017 after unprecedented amounts of cash the source of which was unexplained was recovered from his residence following demonetisation.

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Like +0 Object -0 FIFO Ali 09 Feb 18, 23:59
Why not argue client-lawyer privilege against disclosure of source of funds? :)
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