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SC declines to interfere with HC order in Narada sting case

The apex court bench found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI

IANS  |  New Delhi 

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In a setback to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the on Tuesday refused to interfere with the order that asked the Central Bureau of Investigation to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the

In the video footage, a number of senior (TMC) leaders were seen accepting money on the promise of granting favours.

The bench of Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI.

However, the court said that the "inferences and conclusions" recorded by the high court in its order would not weigh with the investigating agency.

The top court also relaxed the timeline given by the high court, saying the CBI would complete the inquiry within one month from the date when high court had passed the order.

Besides, the Bench said that the TMC leaders who approached the apex court would have "ample opportunities" to assail the findings of the inquiry by the CBI.

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SC declines to interfere with HC order in Narada sting case

The apex court bench found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI

The apex court bench found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI
In a setback to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the on Tuesday refused to interfere with the order that asked the Central Bureau of Investigation to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the

In the video footage, a number of senior (TMC) leaders were seen accepting money on the promise of granting favours.

The bench of Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI.

However, the court said that the "inferences and conclusions" recorded by the high court in its order would not weigh with the investigating agency.

The top court also relaxed the timeline given by the high court, saying the CBI would complete the inquiry within one month from the date when high court had passed the order.

Besides, the Bench said that the TMC leaders who approached the apex court would have "ample opportunities" to assail the findings of the inquiry by the CBI.
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SC declines to interfere with HC order in Narada sting case

The apex court bench found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI

In a setback to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the on Tuesday refused to interfere with the order that asked the Central Bureau of Investigation to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the

In the video footage, a number of senior (TMC) leaders were seen accepting money on the promise of granting favours.

The bench of Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar, Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul found no infirmity with the high court order directing inquiry by the CBI.

However, the court said that the "inferences and conclusions" recorded by the high court in its order would not weigh with the investigating agency.

The top court also relaxed the timeline given by the high court, saying the CBI would complete the inquiry within one month from the date when high court had passed the order.

Besides, the Bench said that the TMC leaders who approached the apex court would have "ample opportunities" to assail the findings of the inquiry by the CBI.

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