In Narada plea, CBI cites terror created by Mamata Banerjee’s presence

New Delhi, May 19: In its plea before the Calcutta High Court, the Central Bureau of Investigation has made West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee and law minister, Moloy Ghatak a party in the Narada Bribery Case.

The CBI said it could not seek the custody of the four accused on Monday as a result of the terror related by and at the behest the arrested accused persons by the presence of the Chief Minister and others. After the arrests, a huge crowd of Trinamool workers had gathered outside the CBI’s office in Kolkata.

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CBI books sitting Allahabad High Court judge in bribery case

cbi22New Delhi, Dec 07: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has booked a judge of the Allahabad High Court in connection with a bribery case. Justice S N Shukla has been named as a prime accused along with retired Odisha High Court judge, I M Quddusi, who was arrested in the year 2017.

Following the registration of the FIR, the CBI raided the residences of Justice Shukla in Lucknow. The CBI also raided the homes of Justice Quddusi apart from 5 other locations and recovered incriminating material.

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The clinching argument in BS Yeddyurappa’s acquittal

yedd1Bengaluru, Oct 26: It was done within a matter of five minutes. The CBI court while acquitting former Chief Minister, B S Yeddyurappa said there was no evidence and the prosecution had failed to establish the guilt.
While only the operative portion of the order was read out, advocates arguing for Yeddyurappa state that there were several factors that went into the order of acquittal.

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Big relief for Yeddyurappa: Court acquits BSY in Rs 40 crore bribery case

yedd1Bengaluru, Oct 26: The Special CBI court on Wednesday acquitted BS Yeddyurappa in connection to the Rs 40 crore bribery case. A clean chit was also given to his sons, B Y Raghavendra, Vijendra, his son-in-law, Sohan Kumar and others.
In all, there were 13 accused in the case. The court observed that it found no evidence to convict Yeddyurappa and others in the case. The CBI is likely to go in appeal against this verdict.

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