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Kitty Case File Hints at Foreign Links

Case Details (CD) file of Uttam Jain alias Kitty which was not shared with Justice Mudgal committee contains sensitive information relating to foreign links of IPL fixing scam, which the State’s Crime Branch Criminal Investigation Division (CBCID) did not investigate to the satisfaction of the panel.

Published: 13th February 2014 08:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th February 2014 08:27 AM   |  A+A-

Case Details (CD) file of Uttam Jain alias Kitty which was not shared with Justice Mudgal committee contains sensitive information relating to foreign links of IPL fixing scam, which the State’s Crime Branch Criminal Investigation Division (CBCID) did not investigate to the satisfaction of the panel. The file reportedly reveals links that strech up to UAE, Singapore and Australia.

According to the report submitted by the Mudgal Committee to the apex court, the panel had requested the present Q branch SP K Bhavaneeshwari to hand over Kitty’s case file. She had promised that she would hand it over later but the file was not given. In the report, the committee wondered as to why it was not provided with a copy of the file and what had happened to the original.

The then ‘Q’ branch SP G Sambathkumar, who interrogated Kitty deposed before the committee and submitted his written deposition. During these interrogations, Kitty revealed he was in the know of the links between  IPL players, Gurunath Meiyyappan, the former Principal of Chennai Super Kings and son-in-law of BCCI president N Srinivisan, and hotelier Vikram Agarwal.

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