New Delhi, Mar 26 (UNI) A CBI court today adjourned the arguments on the bail application of Barak missile scam alleged accused Suresh Nanda and his son Sanjeev Nanda to March 31.
On March 8, CBI registered a case against four people namely Ashutosh Verma IRS, Deputy Director (investigation), Income Tax New Delhi, Suresh Nanda, Sanjeev Nanda , Bipin Shah a chartered accountant and other unknown people under section 120 (B), 201, 204 of IPC and various sections of Prevention of Corruption Act on the allegations that they entered into a criminal conspiracy for the purpose of manipulating the report of income tax investigation to show undue favour to Suresh Nanda and his associate by abuse of official position by public servants for obtaining pecunary advantages.
CBI alleged that Verma had conducted searches at the premises of Suresh Nanda and his associate in the month of February 2007.
During the searches the recovery of large number of incriminating documents against Nanda and his associate related to evasion of income tax as well as their involvement in the defence deals and other related matters was made.
CBI alleged that Ashutosh Verma had shown the report prepared by him to Bipin Shah on his laptop and carried out the necessary changes in the report as per the directions of Suresh Nanda and his son Sanjeev Nanda for diluting the same as well as destroying the incriminating documents before submitting the same to his senior officers in lieu of huge the pecunary advantages obtained by him.
CBI today filed reply on the bail application before CBI court.
CBI special judge Indermeet Kaur Kochar today adjourned hearing the arguments on the bail application of all the four accused people for March 31.
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