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CBI gives clean chit to Neera Radia in tape leak case

CBI gives clean chit to Neera Radia in tape leak case
CBI gives clean chit to Neera Radia in tape leak case

Nira Radia: CBI gives clean chit to Nira Radia in tape leak case

New Delhi: Neera Radia got relief in the tape leak case CBI gave him a clean chit on Wednesday In 2013, the Central Investigating Agency conducted 14 initial investigations in this case After nine years of investigation, the CBI told the Supreme Court that all inquiries had been closed No charges have been filed against Neera Radia He has been given a clean sheet However, the Supreme Court directed the CBI to submit a status report

This information came to the fore during the hearing of Neera Radia vs. Ratan Tata case in the Supreme Court In 2009, the phone conversations of corporate lobbyist Radia with the Income Tax Department, politicians, bureaucrats, industrialists and several top executives of the Tata Group were leaked. Radia’s conversation with Ratan Tata was also leaked There was a lot of noise about this at that time Then Ratan Tata applied to the court to protect privacy He claimed that all those tapes were leaked to the media due to business enmity

On that day, lawyers like Siddhant Luthra, Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati, Prashant Bhushan appeared in the court. The CBI told the apex court that a total of 5,800 tapes were scrutinized during the investigation However, nothing criminal was found behind these The Additional Solicitor General said, after the court’s verdict on confidentiality, there is nothing left in the case Prashant Bhushan demanded a debate on this matter This case will be heard on October 12

The article is in Bengali

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