Supreme Court asks Center to file counter affidavit in 4 weeks justifying allocation of 164 coal blocks:

Coal
Supreme Court today asked the Center to file counter affidavit with all supporting documents in four weeks justifying allocation of 164 coal blocks. The Apex Court said it is concerned urgently with non partisan investigation by CBI. The Court observed there are a lot of deficiencies in decision taken by the screening committee. While going through, the CBI’s fresh status report it urged Center to file records of all 36 Screening Committee meetings held for coal blocks allocations.

The Apex Court also sought CBI’s view by 16th of this month on Center’s affidavit on steps taken to bring functional attorney in the Agency.

The Court asked the Attorney General why Government’s sanction is needed in court monitored probe. In a related development, the Additional Solicitor General Siddharth Luthra has withdrawn as CBI counsel in the case.

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Supreme Court asks Center to file counter affidavit in 4 weeks justifying allocation of 164 coal blocks:

Coal July 11th, 2013

Coal
Supreme Court today asked the Center to file counter affidavit with all supporting documents in four weeks justifying allocation of 164 coal blocks. The Apex Court said it is concerned urgently with non partisan investigation by CBI. The Court observed there are a lot of deficiencies in decision taken by the screening committee. While going through, the CBI’s fresh status report it urged Center to file records of all 36 Screening Committee meetings held for coal blocks allocations.

The Apex Court also sought CBI’s view by 16th of this month on Center’s affidavit on steps taken to bring functional attorney in the Agency.

The Court asked the Attorney General why Government’s sanction is needed in court monitored probe. In a related development, the Additional Solicitor General Siddharth Luthra has withdrawn as CBI counsel in the case.

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