The raid conducted by the CBI has rattled and shaken the Centre as it has brought the agency’s investigations on the CWG scam at its doorsteps.
In a move seen as a crucial step in its attempts to get to the bottom of the CWG scam, the CBI has finalised the Letters Rogatory to be sent to London.
Agency to probe role of govt bodies in Commonwealth Games, to question OC Chairman Suresh Kalmadi today.
The apex court had, in its order pronounced on December 16, directed the investigation into the 2G spectrum scam from the period 2001 to 2008.
Even though the CBI has filed a closure report in the 2008 Arushi Talwar double murder case for want of sufficient evidence, it can be reopened if the investigative agency.
Crucial documents on various aspects of organising Commonwealth Games have gone missing from the organising committee headquarters.
Overruling the sports ministry’s diktat, Suresh Kalmadi had issued orders to all functional heads to leave the headquarters immediately after dumping all the documents in the record-room.
In keeping with the wishes of the Supreme Court, the CBI is likely to register two preliminary enquiries (PEs) to enable it to probe the allocation of 2G spectrum from 2001 onwards.
The sleuths are said to have stumbled upon numerous files, which included crucial documents relating to the award of the contract to Swiss Timing Ltd for a TSR (timing, scoring and result) system at the OC head office.
While A Raja was subjected to an intense grilling by CBI on his role in the 2G spectrum scam, five teams raided Suresh Kalmadi's residences.
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