A Delhi court on Friday directed the CBI in the alleged visa scam case. Congress MP Karti Chidambaram
He directed to give notice three days in advance if the need for arrest of K. Karti is accused of accepting a bribe of Rs 50 lakh for allegedly helping 263 Chinese nationals get visas to work in Punjab’s Talwandi Sabo Power Ltd.
Special Judge M.K. Nagpal issued this order while rejecting the anticipatory bail plea of Karti Chidambaram. The petition was opposed by the CBI and said that it cannot be heard at this time. The CBI also said that if Karti needs to be arrested, he will be given notice at least 48 hours in advance. have to give.
In fact, earlier, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Karti, argued that the period was too short for suitable legal remedy against the notice. The judge said, “This court feels that the period of 48 hours is short and if the CBI intends to arrest them, then at least three working days should be given to the petitioner for legal remedy.” ‘ The court said that the accused are presently abroad and they are directed to join the investigation within 16 hours of their arrival in India. The bribery scandal allegedly took place in 2011 when Karti’s father P Chidambaram was the Union Home Minister.