The special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Thursday allowed the CBI to take Rajesh Sharma, the alleged kingpin in the bribe-for-loan-scam, to the CBI office from the Arthur Road jail.
The CBI had moved an application in court saying that they would need Sharma in order to decipher certain codes. Sharma is presently in judicial custody.
“We moved an application in the court as the electronic records seized from him are in coded language,” said special CBI prosecutor, Ejaz Khan. He said the court has allowed CBI to take Sharma to the their office on Friday and Saturday.
The CBI had arrested CEO of LIC finance Ramchandran Nair, Naresh Chopra secretary (investment) LIC, RN Tayal GM Bank of India, Maninder Singh Johar, director, BoI, Dy GM of Punjab National Bank Venkoba Gujjal and others on November 24. HTC