The Delhi high court on Friday stayed the Bofors case trial.
Justice R S Sodhi stayed the proceedings against Hinduja brothers - Srichand, Gopichand and Prakashchand - and
Swedish arms manufacturer A B Bofors after Additional Solicitor General B Dutta said he needed time to ascertain if the documents placed on record were capable of being considered for framing of charges.
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Surprisingly, Dutta's submission was contrary to the Central Bureau of Investigation's affidavit filed in the court which said "the said documents are admissible in evidence as per Section 166-A
The court also issued a notice to the CBI on Bofors' plea for discharge and fixed March 4 for hearing.