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Kerala HC order Lavalin case hearing on December 15

IANS  |  Kochi 

The High on Tuesday fixed December 15 for the hearing of a revision in the SNC Lavalin case.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was an accused in the case filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation, but a special here exonerated him in 2013.

The then approached the high against the exoneration.

Justice Sunil Thomas, who heard the case in place of his senior colleague Justice B. Kemal Pasha, decided to post the case for December 15.

K.N. Natarajan, Additional Solicitor General of India, is slated to appear for the CBI.

An agreement with Canadian company SNC Lavalin in 1997, when Vijayan was Power Minister, to repair three generators caused a loss of Rs 266 crore to the exchequer.

Vijayan was arraigned by the as the seventh accused in the case, causing a lot of political furore.

The Communist Party of India-Marxist leadership came to his defence when it said there was no reason for him to step down as Secretary of the State Committee of the CPI(M) as it is not a constitutional post.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kerala HC order Lavalin case hearing on December 15

The Kerala High Court on Tuesday fixed December 15 for the hearing of a CBI revision petition in the SNC Lavalin case.

The High on Tuesday fixed December 15 for the hearing of a revision in the SNC Lavalin case.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was an accused in the case filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation, but a special here exonerated him in 2013.

The then approached the high against the exoneration.

Justice Sunil Thomas, who heard the case in place of his senior colleague Justice B. Kemal Pasha, decided to post the case for December 15.

K.N. Natarajan, Additional Solicitor General of India, is slated to appear for the CBI.

An agreement with Canadian company SNC Lavalin in 1997, when Vijayan was Power Minister, to repair three generators caused a loss of Rs 266 crore to the exchequer.

Vijayan was arraigned by the as the seventh accused in the case, causing a lot of political furore.

The Communist Party of India-Marxist leadership came to his defence when it said there was no reason for him to step down as Secretary of the State Committee of the CPI(M) as it is not a constitutional post.

--IANS

sg/tsb/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Kerala HC order Lavalin case hearing on December 15

The High on Tuesday fixed December 15 for the hearing of a revision in the SNC Lavalin case.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was an accused in the case filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation, but a special here exonerated him in 2013.

The then approached the high against the exoneration.

Justice Sunil Thomas, who heard the case in place of his senior colleague Justice B. Kemal Pasha, decided to post the case for December 15.

K.N. Natarajan, Additional Solicitor General of India, is slated to appear for the CBI.

An agreement with Canadian company SNC Lavalin in 1997, when Vijayan was Power Minister, to repair three generators caused a loss of Rs 266 crore to the exchequer.

Vijayan was arraigned by the as the seventh accused in the case, causing a lot of political furore.

The Communist Party of India-Marxist leadership came to his defence when it said there was no reason for him to step down as Secretary of the State Committee of the CPI(M) as it is not a constitutional post.

--IANS

sg/tsb/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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