CBI deposits CDs of Telgi talks in MCOCA court
CBI on Thursday deposited 11 CDs containing transcript of the telephonic talks.india Updated: Aug 03, 2006 22:12 IST
On the directives of the Bombay High Court, the CBI on Thursday deposited 11 CDs containing transcript of the telephonic talks allegedly between the prime accused in multi-crore fake stamp case Abdul Karim Telgi and others, in the special MCOCA court in Pune.
CBI's additional Superintendent of Police SK Peshin deposited the envelope containing the CDS in the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court.
He submitted that of the total 14 CDs, three had been deposited at the time of filing of chargesheet in July 2005.
Peshin submitted that the transcripts from the three CDS deposited earlier would also be made available to all the accused as per the direction of the High Court.
Milind Pawar, counsel of Telgi, when shown the envelope brought to the notice of the court that it did not have any date and had a seal of CBI Pune Camp.
Though his objection was taken note of, the transcripts of Telgi's alleged conversation in the CDs would be made available to all the accused by tomorrow.
The High Court had on August one directed CBI to hand over to 67 accused, the copies of 14 CDs containing transcript of the alleged telephonic talks between Telgi and others.
The order was delivered by Justice R S Mohite who asked the CBI to hand over the transcripts of the recorded telephonic conversations to all the chargesheeted accused in the case.