New Delhi, Sep 14: The CBI will soon file a second charge sheet against Satyam founder B Ramalinga Raju as it claimed to have unearthed more financial frauds which have caused loss to the shareholders.
Sources in the CBI said that Raju's confessional statement after the scam was an attempt by him to divulge only what he wanted to while keeping other alleged financial frauds under wraps.
The sources said, "The investigators had found some more clues of alleged financial frauds of siphoning off money from Satyam and re-routing it to other front companies floated by the accused."
The investigative agency on Apr 7, 2009 has filed a charge sheet against Raju and eight others under various of the Indian Penal Code for cheating and forgery.
The CBI had submitted 1,532 original documents of bank transactions and 65,000 pages of other documents which included the statements of 432 witnesses in the case along with the charge sheet.