Land-for-job scam case: Got sanction to prosecute three ex-Railway officials, tells CBI to Delhi court
The case relates to alleged appointments made in the railways in return for land parcels gifted or sold to Lalu Prasad Yadav's family when he was the railway minister between 2004 and 2009.
The counsel for the Congress leader had moved an application seeking his acquittal on the ground that the complainant failed to appear before it on August 7 and 21 without a justifiable cause.
The July 3 charge sheet was against Lalu Prasad, his wife and former Bihar chief minister Rabri Devi, and their son, state’s Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav in connection with the alleged scam.
The CBI-registered case against Tytler is in relation to the killing of three persons near Gurudwara Pul Bangah during the anti-Sikh riots.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)-registered a case against the Congress senior leader in relation to the killing of three persons near Gurudwara Pul Bangah during the anti-Sikh riots.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vidhi Gupta Anand granted Tytler time to argue his case after going through certain documents supplied by the CBI.
While giving Shokeen a jail term in an order passed on August 26, Special judge Geetanjli Goel said it was not a fit case for release on probation.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on August 24 filed the charge sheet against Arora, Supertech Group, and eight others in the money laundering case.
According to the prosecution, an allegation was made against Prakash Industries Ltd., which had applied for the coal block in January 2007, that it had furnished false information about its capacity.
The court said if such a practice is adopted and followed by all the courts then it will be 'very difficult for the police officers to maintain law and order in their respective areas
While granting bail, the trial court imposed various conditions on her, including that she shall not leave the country without prior permission of the court.
AAP MLA Naresh Balyan moved a suit against the alleged programme, stating that the authenticity of the audio clip was not verified.
The judge directed the central probe agency to file a reply to Ahmed’s plea by August 24 and to the other two applications moved by Ilias and Muqeet by August 26.
The court, however, discharged the accused persons from the offence under IPC Section 34 (common intention) and provisions of the Delhi Prevention of Defacement of Public Property (DPDPP) Act.
SC expresses concern over gun violence in Delhi courts; urges to expedite digitisation, installation of CCTVs
The apex court said preserving the sanctity of a court as a space where justice is administered and the rule of law upheld is "non-negotiable."
The apex court said on Friday preserving the sanctity of a court as a space where justice is administered and the rule of law upheld is non-negotiable.
Regarding the 26-year-old FIR of the case, the court said not only the trial stands concluded but even the appeal in the apex court stands disposed.
Ruling made in a corruption case lodged by CBI against EPFO official
During the hearing, the Additional Public Prosecutor submitted that even though the chargesheet (against Singh) has been filed without arrest, he still opposes the bail application.
The judge will hear the argument on the quantum of punishment on July 18.