Niira Radia Tape Case: CBI Gives Clean Chit

CBI gave clean chit to Nira Radia and others in the tape case, said this in the Supreme Court

CBI gives clean chit to Nira Radia in Niira Radia tape case (file photo)

CBI has given clean chit to Nira Radia and others in the 12-year-old Nira Radia tape case. The Supreme Court said that the CBI conducted 14 preliminary investigations in this case, but no crime was found in the investigation. ASG Aishwarya Bhati told the Supreme Court that after the order of the court, the CBI examined about 5800 tapes, but no case was found in it. After this this report was filed in Sealcover. Anyway, the decision of the Supreme Court has come regarding the right to privacy. There is nothing left in this case.

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In fact, many people, including industrialists, lawyers and even journalists, had stirred up the ‘Radia Tapes’ leak. In this case, in 2010, Ratan Tata filed a petition in the Supreme Court and sought a ban on making the tapes public and called it a violation of privacy. Along with this, the investigation of these tapes was demanded. On Wednesday, the matter was heard by a bench of Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice PS Narasimha and Justice Hima Kohli. Time was sought by the petitioner for this. The Supreme Court will now hear the matter next week.

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