Destruction of evidence is one of the key angles that the Central Bureau of Investigation probing the Ryan school murder case is looking into. CBI sources say that they are looking closely at the case from the point of view of evidence being destroyed.
The investigations into the Ryan school murder took a turn when the CBI absolved the conductor of murder charges and said that the crime was carried out by a class 11 student.
The Central Bureau of Investigation said that post demonetisation, there have been 77 cases related to corruption that have been registered. The CBI said that during the various probes conducted it had been found that the Aadhaar numbers of children were being used to deposit old currency in banks.
It was a stunning twist in the Pradyuman Thakur murder case. The 11 year old boy was found murdered with his throat slit on September 8 in the toilet of the Ryan International School in Gurgaon. The CBI has now detained a senior student of the school who is suspected of murdering the 11 year old boy. It may be recalled that the local police had arrested a conductor and even extracted a confession out of him. It was further reported that the boy had been sexually assaulted.
The Central Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate are set to widen the probe against Karti Chidambaram. Both agencies say that they will probe six more foreign investment approvals that were given by former union finance minister P Chidambaram.
The date of the 2G scam verdict is likely to be announced on November 7. The special CBI court directed all the accused to be present in court on November 7. The court indicated that it would announce the date of the verdict on November 7 when all the accused persons are present in court.
Did the millionaire meat exporter Moin Qureshi act as an extortionist at the behest of former CBI directors? The chargesheet filed against Qureshi under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act states that he had used his clout with several CBI directors to help several accused get relief.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has sought the permission of the government to re-open the probe into the Bofors scam. The CBI, according to sources has written to the Department of Personnel and Training seeking consent to reconsider a 2005 decision taken by the then UPA government which did not allow the CBI to file a special leave petition in the Supreme Court.
The appointment of Rakesh Asthana, the Gujarat cadre IPS officer as a special director in the CBI has raised eyebrows in some quarters. The officer who has investigated high-profile cases such as AgustaWestland is now the second in command in the CBI which is headed by Director Alok Verma. Asthana is a 1984 batch police service officer. He had headed the special investigation team which probed the burning of Sabarmati Express in Godhra in February 2002. He was also part of the probe team that investigated the fodder scam.
The Central Bureau of Investigation told the Supreme Court that Karti Chidambaram had gone abroad and tampered with the evidence by closing his foreign bank accounts. He also transferred the money when he went abroad, the CBI also said in the Supreme Court. Loading ad