A special court of Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday sent Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor to judicial custody till April 2.
This comes just days after a special court on March 16 extended the ED custody of Kapoor up to March 20.
Kapoor was produced before the special court at the end of his five-day custody.
However, Rana Kapoor on Friday cited susceptibility to coronavirus due to asthma and low immunity and sought spacious jail accommodation.
Kapoor was being produced before court from the Enforcement Directorate’s custody after the agency arrested him on Mar 9 in the Yes bank scam. On Friday the ED did not seek further custody for investigation and sought judicial custody.