Aircel Maxis: P Chidambaram granted one day’s relief for appearing before the Delhi Court

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Nishka Srinivas Veluvali

Published On: December 20, 2021

The Delhi Court provides P Chidambaram with one day’s relief for making physical appearance before the Court, 20 December.

Special Judge MK Nagpal granted the exemption to the former Union Minister after his Lawyer Arshdeep Singh submitted to the Court that he was not able to appear before the Court because of prescheduled travelling.

The Court permitted the exemption application after observing the Anticipatory Bail sanctioned in the same.

Special Judge Ordered Karti to file an application requesting regular Bail as well as Anticipatory Bail after appearing before the Court.

The Court even directed the Investigating Agencies to circulate copies of Charge-sheet and Documents to the Accused and their respective Lawyers.

The Charge-sheet has several firms and individuals as Accused.

The Accused made their appearance before the Court upon the Summons issued against them following to which the Court made the note of the Charge-sheets submitted by the Investigating Agencies in same.

The Court earlier, ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate to put forth the status report in the Aircel-Maxis Case.

The Case was related with inconsistencies to the grant provided to Foreign Investment Promotion Board approval in the Aircel-Maxis deal. This approval took place in 2006 when P Chidambaram was the Union Finance Minister.

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