Madras Principal Sessions court has dismissed the bail plea of minister Senthil balaji madras Principal Sessions court Judge Alli has dismissed the bail plea of minister Senthil Balaji. On june 14, minister Senthil balaji was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in the case of illegal transactions. The madras Principal Session ordered him to be remanded in judicial custody. Accordingly, he has been lodged in Puzhal Jail, Chennai. Also, a charge sheet was filed against minister Senthil balaji in the Principal Sessions court of chennai on august 12.
Meanwhile, the madras Principal Sessions court has ordered to transfer the case to a special court to hear the cases of mp MLAs. Subsequently, the confusion continued as to which court would hear the bail petition filed by Senthil Balaji. On a related issue, the high court directed the madras Principal Sessions court to hear Senthil Balaji's bail plea. Accordingly, a petition was filed by Senthil balaji in the Principal Sessions court, chennai, seeking bail. The trial of this case was going on before the Principal Sessions court Judge S. Alli. After the arguments of both the sides were completed, the judge had announced that he will give his verdict on the bail plea of minister Senthil balaji on september 20 (today). In this situation, the madras Principal Sessions court has issued an order rejecting the bail plea of minister Senthil Balaji. It is noted that earlier, during the trial, there was strong opposition from the enforcement department to grant bail to minister Senthil Balaji.