New Delhi, July 3: The Supreme Court has rejected a petition that sought a probe into the PNB scam by a Special Investigation Team. The petitioner said that the SIT would be the competent authority to probe into the scam in which Nirav Modi is the prime accused.
The Karnataka SIT has named three more persons as accused in the Gauri Lankesh murder case. The SIT has now sought the custody of these persons for interrogation.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a petition that sought a probe into the death of Sunanda Pushakar, wife of Congress MP, Shashi Tharoor. The court also issued notices to the Delhi police among others on the petition.
The Supreme Court has issued notices to the Delhi police among others on a petition that sought an SIT probe into the death of Sunanda Pushkar. The court however said that it was leaving the issue relating to the maintainability open.
One could expect several more twists in the Aurangabad arms hauls case. With the SIT blaming cops from West Bengal for the escape of an accused in the case. Shaikh Abdul Naeem suspected to be an operative of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba was an accused in the 2006 Aurangabad arms hauls case.
This was a major case reported from Maharashtra and according to police diaries, several members of the LeT were transporting arms for a terrorist attack. The arms were seized but the operatives managed to escape.
Justice Rao who stepped down as the Lokayukta had come under the scanner following the arrest of his son, Ashwin. It was alleged that Ashwin was running an extortion racket. It was further alleged that Justice Rao had known about it and even delayed action against his son.
A 1984 batch IPS officer of the Gujarat cadre, Asthana had also probed the fodder scam.
Two persons Habibul Haq and Enamul Mollah were arrested at West Bengal in a joint operation conducted by the Special Investigating Team (SIT) and the National Investigating Agency (NIA).