SC rejects plea to make PM a party in Coalgate

Posted: October 30, 2013 in Current Affairs, World Affairs
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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a plea which has requested that the Prime Minister be made a party in the FIR lodged by the CBI in the coal scam.

Refusing to issue any direction to the Prime Minister to file an affidavit on the coal block allocation, the apex court observed that “the probe was still going on and it is for CBI officials to look into it”.

However, the SC accepted CBI’s plea and allowed it to add one more officer in the team which is conducting probe in coal blocks allocation scam.

The CBI had moved the Supreme Court on Monday seeking its permission to include one more officer in the team of 39 officials conducting probe in coal blocks allocation scam.

The agency filed the application as the apex court had directed it that no changes to be made in the team of officers probing the multi-crore scam.

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