7:13 pm - Sunday October 22, 2017

Reveal name of whistleblower in CBI chief case: Supreme Court tells Prashant Bhushan

135 Viewed Alka Anand Singh Comments Off on Reveal name of whistleblower in CBI chief case: Supreme Court tells Prashant Bhushan
CBI chief expresses regret for 'rape' remark, NCW says its meaningless
CBI chief expresses regret for 'rape' remark, NCW says its meaningless

The Supreme Court on Monday asked lawyer-activist Prashant Bhushan to reveal the source of his information on the guest list at CBI chief Ranjit Sinha’s residence.

The apex court asked Bhushan to give the name of the whistleblower in a sealed envelope and directed its registry to keep all documents and affidavits filed by the CBI director in sealed cover and deposit it with Secretary General for safe custody.

The CBI director questioned the very existence of the diary and authenticity of its contents before SC. He said 90 percent of entries in the register are forged, but some might be genuine.

Last week Bhushan had submitted the guest list to the court in a sealed envelope without revealing where he got them from.

Sinha in his affidavits rejected the claims made by Bhushan’s NGO Centre for Public Interest Litigation. He accused the NGO of giving false evidence and making false allegations on oath. He also said that the Supreme Court should direct the registration of a case against CPIL for giving false evidence.

Sinha also said that communication between the CBI director and director of prosecution is privileged and cannot be used without the consent of the CBI director or director of prosecution.

Don't miss the stories followIndiaVision News & Information and let's be smart!
Loading...
0/5 - 0
You need login to vote.
Filed in

Dikshit backtracks: Never said BJP should form government in Delhi

Don't worry about Maharashtra: Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray draws line for N. Modi

‘Lusty’ vs ‘Napunsak’: Sena trash talks BJP but will have to yield in the end

Related posts