CBI Corruption Case: CVC Submits Report to Supreme Court
India’s government-controlled anti-corruption organization Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) today submitted its inquiry report in the CBI case to the Supreme Court.
Last month, the Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi had ordered CVC to complete the inquiry in 10 days for the allegations of corruption against CBI director Alok Verma, who was forced by the government to go on leave.
The CJI was hearing a petition filed by Verma through a senior lawyer Fali Nariman to challenge the government order. The court said that the probe will be conducted by an ex-Supreme Court judge AK Patnaik.
The court also had ordered that the interim CBI director M Nageswar Rao will not take any policy decisions during the inquiry period and he will only handle the routine administrative work.
Today, CVC submitted its inquiry report in a sealed cover to the Supreme Court. The next date of hearing is Friday, November 16.
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