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Allegations are serious in nature, in-depth investigation is required: Court on Chidambaram

IndiaTimes Thursday, 22 August 2019
Congress leader P Chidambaram was on Thursday sent to CBI custody till August 26 by a Delhi court which said his custodial interrogation was justified in the INX Media corruption case. "Allegations against Chidambaram are serious in nature and in-depth investigation is required," the court said as it rejected the arguments of the Congress leader's lawyers.
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News video: Chidambaram sent to CBI custody till August 26

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A special CBI court on Thursday sent former Union Minister P. Chidambaram, who was arrested on Wednesday evening in the INX Media case, to CBI's custody till August 26. Special Judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar announced the order after reserving it for some time following the hearing where Solicitor General...

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