West Bengal's power to withhold consent to CBI investigation not absolute: Centre to SC
The Centre has told the Supreme Court that West Bengal's power to withhold consent to the CBI is not absolute and the probe agency is entitled to carry out investigations that are being carried out against Central government employees or have a pan-India impact.
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