By – Ali Akmal
The Central Bureau of Investigation seems very upset with the verdict of Lower Court in the sensational 2G case in which court acquitted all the accused including then Telecom Minister A. Raja and DMK MP Kanimozhi.
On Thursday CBI said we will appeal in the High Court against the verdict of special CBI court and also blamed that court has failed to take the proper note of the prosecution’s evidence.
According to the CBI statement “The CBI will be taking necessary legal remedies in the matter and is planning to move to High Court against the special court’s verdict in the 2G scam case dated December 21, 2017. Evidence from the prosecution has not been appreciated in its proper perspective by the learned court,”
Remark came after the verdict of special CBI court on Thursday.
Earlier Special Judge OP Saini said the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate had failed to provide sufficient evidence to prove the charges against all the accused.
OP Saini said, “In the beginning, the prosecution started with the case with great enthusiasm and ardour. However, as the case progressed, it became highly cautious and guarded in its attitude making it difficult to find out as to what prosecution wanted to prove.”
Well, we have to wait and watch will High Court intervene into it or not? If does than how High Court will handle this.
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