SC to hear Mayawati case on Monday
SC will hear a plea seeking direction to CBI to submit all the records relating to the probe into the disproportionate assets case.Updated: Feb 13, 2006 11:01 IST
The Supreme Court will hearon Mondaya plea seeking direction to CBI to submit all the records relating to the probe into the disproportionate assets case against former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and BSP leader Mayawati.
The interim application filed by advocate Ajay Kumar Agrawal will come up for hearing before a Bench headed by Justice Ruma Pal.
Agrawal, on whose allegations the Supreme Court had in July 2003 ordered the CBI probe into the irregularities in the Taj Heritage Corridor Project, also sought a direction to the probe agency to file chargesheet against Mayawati and five others in terms of CVC's recommendations in the case.
Claiming that CBI has already completed the probe into the disproportionate assets case against the former UP Chief Minister and that sufficient material was found against her, he urged the court to direct the investigating agency to proceed to file chargesheet in the case.
He alleged that the agency was delaying the filing of chargesheet as it was under pressure from Union Law Ministry not to do so.
First Published: Feb 12, 2006 17:51 IST