CBI to complete final arguments in main 2G scam case

CBI to complete final arguments in main 2G scam case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday told a special court that it will conclude its final arguments in the main case of the 2G spectrum allocation scam by Wednesday.

Special Public Prosecutor Anand Grover made a submission in this regard before the Special CBI court, requesting it for deferring the hearing of the arguments in the money laundering case of the 2G spectrum scam which was listed for the day.

“It is submitted by Anand Grover, special public prosecutor, that he would conclude the final arguments in the case (main case of 2G scam) within a day or two and after that he may require to prepare the final arguments in the instant case (money laundering case),” Special CBI Judge O P Saini noted.

The Special CBI Judge fixed December 21 as the next date for resuming the hearing of prosecution arguments in the money laundering case of the scam. “It is prayed (by the CBI) that the matter (money laundering case hearing) may be adjourned to Monday, considering the voluminous record (of the case). Prayer allowed. Put up the matter for further final arguments for prosecution on December 12, 2015, as prayed,” the court held.

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