Bofors Case: Next Hearing On April 7 At Delhi’s Tis Hazari Court


The Delhi’s Tiz Hazari Court on Saturday fixed April 7 as the next date of hearing in the Bofors case. The hearing, which took place on Saturday, decided that the next hearing would be conducted on April 7.

The hearing started when a BJP leader, who was pursuing the politically-sensitive Rs 64 crore Bofors pay-off case for over a decade, filed an application on Friday before a Delhi court asking it to grant permission to the CBI to re-investigate the case.

Advocate Ajay Agrawal moved the plea before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Ashu Garg, and claimed that serious miscarriage of justice will occur if the permission is not granted to the agency in view with a new evidence emerging in the case. Read More…

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