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DDA land scam: Accused surrenders,
Mukherjee agrees to voice test


Onkar Singh in New Delhi | May 07, 2003 17:00 IST

Vinod Khatri, one of the prime accused in the Delhi Development Authority land scam, on Wednesday surrendered before the trial court in Delhi.

Khatri, owner of a restaurant in Vasant Kunj in south Delhi, is believed to be among those who benefited from some favourable judgments by former Delhi high court judge Shameet Mukherjee, allegedly handed down in exchange for pecuniary and other gains.

During the proceedings, Mukherjee also agreed to under a voice test, as per the demand of the Central Bureau of Investigation.

Some of the evidence in the hands of the CBI is in the form of taped conversations between the judge and the other accused in the scam.


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