Supreme Court reprimanded CBI for slow investigation in Moin Qureshi case | Supreme Court reprimanded CBI for slow investigation in Moin Qureshi case

New Delhi, 17 November (IANS). A Delhi court on Tuesday reprimanded the CBI for its slow investigation in a corruption case against meat exporter (meat exporter) Moin Akhtar Qureshi and others.

In this case, two former directors of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Ranjit Sinha and A.P. Singh’s role has also surfaced and investigations are going on.

Questioning the Central Bureau of Investigation, Special Judge Sanjeev Aggarwal said, “Four years have passed.” There was no investigation. How many more years will you spend? Will it take seven to ten more years?

The judge said, a CBI director is the accused and the agency itself is investigating the case. I am surprised This is a violation of the principle of natural justice.

The exporter was arrested in 2017 for allegedly collecting funds either directly from individuals or through Hyderabad-based businessman Satish Sana Babu and using the funds to influence the CBI probe.

The CBI faced court reprimand, as its public prosecutor earlier said that four of its recent orders were challenged before the Delhi High Court on August 7, August 26, September 26 and October 27. Has also been listed.

Subsequently, the trial court adjourned the case till 24 November after the High Court did not stay the orders.

In September, the court reprimanded the central agency for not progressing in the case. Along with this, the court also asked the CBI to answer several questions. It issued a directive to the agency to file a status report on its investigation by 27 October.



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