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Setback for Hindujas as SC admits CBI appeal in Bofors case

July 07, 2003 12:20 IST

The Supreme Court on Monday set aside a Delhi high court order quashing the charge sheet against three Hinduja brothers in the Rs 640 million Bofors payoff case following an appeal by the CBI.

The high court had quashed the charge sheet on the ground that the investigating agency had not taken prior permission of the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) before filing the charges.

Setting aside the high court order, a SC bench comprising Justice S Rajendra Babu and Justice G P Mathur termed it as 'self contradictory and confusing'.

The apex court also allowed an appeal filed by the CVC challenging the high court order.

The court had earlier reserved its verdict after hearing Solicitor General Kirit Raval argue the CBI's case while senior advocate Ram Jethmalani represented the Hindujas.

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Sub: What Setback ?

This will go for ever till all of them die, and then the case will be closed, and obiturary written by one and all. The ...


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Sub: Bofors : SC admits CBI appeal...

At last the screws have begun to turn... Kudos to the CVC...he had meticulously worked at this...success has finally come to him...he fully deserves it. ...


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