A Delhi court on Monday allowed CBI to interrogate afresh former Telecom Minister A. Raja and two other accused in the 2G case in the Patiala House court complex.
Special Judge O.P. Saini allowed CBI, which is yet to file its second supplementary charge sheet in the case, to interrogate Raja, former Telecom secretary Siddhartha Behura and Reliance ADAG Group MD Gautam Doshi for one hour each, in the lock up, at the court complex. The three accused will be interrogated between 2 pm and 5 pm on Monday.
The CBI had on July 16 pleaded before the court to allow it to quiz them.
The court allowed the agency’s application that in the interest of the case, it required to interrogate key accused afresh for the on-going probe.
“Further investigation is being carried out and three accused are required to be examined in judicial custody in interest of the case,” the application said.
It had also sought the court’s permission to submit a total of 28 additional documents and a list of 11 witnesses to support its charge sheets filed on April 2 and April 25, 2011. Hindu