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Citi case: cops yet to crack money trails

india Updated: May 06, 2011 01:49 IST
Sunil Thapliyal

The crime branch sleuths are yet to fine clue about the illegal transactions in the Rs 405-crore Citibank investment fraud case, a month after taking charge of the investigation from the Gurgaon police.

For the last two days, the state crime branch team has been interrogating the four accused lodged in Bhondsi Jail. The team has sent a laptop seized from one the accused’s home last week to the state forensic laboratory to get more details. Prime accused Shivraj Puri, Hero Corporate’s Sanjay Gupta and his aides Rajendra Chand and Gaurav jain are in the judicial custody.

Abhay Singh Rao, assistant commissioner of police, crime branch, said: “A team has been visiting the jail from Wednesday onwards. It has been given a permission to interrogate them only for three hours in a day. We want to recover the money.”