New Delhi, Dec 6: The Supreme Court sought to know why the CVC and the government did not consult the panel headed by the Prime Minister before divesting CBI director, Alok Verma of his powers.
New Delhi, Nov 13: The Central Vigilance Commission on Monday submitted its report against CBI director, Alok Verma in the Supreme Court. While most of the points raised in the complaint have been addressed, there are some that have been flagged and may require a further probe, a source informed OneIndia.
New Delhi, Nov 12: The Central Vigilance Commission has submitted its report on CBI director, Alok Verma in the Supreme Court. The Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi has deferred hearing on the matter to Friday.
New Delhi, Nov 10: CBI director, Alok Verma who appeared before the Central Vigilance Commission denied all charges of corruption levelled against him. He gave a point wise refusal to all the charges levelled against him by special director, Rakesh Asthana, who incidentally had followed him to the office of the CVC, but could not get an audience, officials said.
New Delhi, Nov 9: CBI director in exile, Alok Verma has appeared before the Central Vigilance Commission today. He is deposing before the commission, which is probing allegations of bribery against him as per the directive of the Supreme Court.
New Delhi, Oct 31: There seems to be no end to the spat within the Central Bureau of Investigation. Days after the Supreme Court ordered a CVC probe into the allegations against CBI director in exile, Alok Verma, another officer moved the court challenging his transfer.
New Delhi, Oct 29: The CVC which was assigned to probe the allegations against CBI chief in exile, Alok Verma has examining a host of files. The major cases that are being examined relate to the one against meat exporter, Moin Qureshi and the IRCTC scam involving former Bihar chief minister, Lalu Prasad Yadav.
New Delhi, Oct 24: It was on the basis of a recommendation made by the CVC that the government decided to send CBI chief, Alok Verma and his deputy, Rakesh Asthana on leave.
The suggestion to grant autonomy to the Central Bureau of Investigation has been approved by the Union Cabinet, but a former director of the premier agency feels that it is a hoax and the parrot will remain in the cage.
Former director of the CBI, Joginder Singh says that it is nothing but a hoax and the measures that have been suggested to give the agency autonomy will not help in the long run. The proposal to set up a panel of judges to oversee the investigations will not help in my view. The CBI will be under these judges and in my view there is no autonomy in this move and the parrot will be back in the cage. Continue reading “CBI- back to a caged parrot”