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The CBI has 100 questions for Raja

By A Correpondent
December 23, 2010 22:07 IST
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The Central Bureau of Investigation is all set to videograph the questioning of former telecom minister A Raja on Friday.

On Friday, A Raja is scheduled to reach the CBI offices at CGO complex at 1000 hours, according to highly placed CBI sources.

A Raja will be given legal assistance by his lawyers during examination. The CBI has permitted three lawyers to be present during
the questioning.

Some sensitive documents taken from Sadik Batcha, Nira Radia and at Gasper Tamil Mayyam will be shown to A Raja by CBI investigators.

The CBI has reportedly informed A Raja about the videography. The CBI is expected to encounter A Raja with a 100 questions.

A Raja has also been advised by his lawyers not to speak to media after the interrogation.
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