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Satyam case: CBI's plea to be heard on June 4

business Updated: Jun 01, 2010 16:26 IST

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The special court trying the Satyam scam cases in Hyderabad on Tuesday posted the matter to June 4, on CBI's plea for examination of former chairman of Satyam Computers B Ramalinga Raju, through video conferencing in connection with the multi-crore financial fraud in the IT firm.

Magistrate BVLN Chakravarti asked the Satyam accused to file their counters over CBI's application and posted the case for arguments to June 4.

The CBI had recently sought permission of the court to establish video link with the Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS), where the prime accused Ramalinga Raju is admitted, to expedite the case as he was not attending court proceedings since September last year citing health reasons.

Raju, however, had raised objections to court proceedings against him by video link to the hospital ward.

The court, meanwhile, extended the judicial remand of all the ten accused including Raju till June 4.

Meanwhile, the petition of former CFO of Satyam Computers Vadlamani Srinivas, who had sought permission to undergo eye tests at a private hospital, will come up for hearing on June 4.

Similarly, the petition of former Satyam employee G Ramakrishna, who had prayed the court to procure a computer at his cost and use the same for the purpose of preparation of his defense will also come for hearing the same day.