New Delhi: A Delhi court Saturday allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to again interrogate former communications minister Andimuthu Raja and two other accused, who are in judicial custody, in the 2G scam case.
Special CBI Judge O.P. Saini allowed the probe agency to question Raja, former telecom secretary Siddhartha Behura, and Gautam Doshi, a telecom company’s official.
“The CBI is allowed to interrogate the three accused Monday,” the court said while pronouncing the order.
The CBI’s plea was, however, vehemently opposed by Doshi’s counsel Hari Haran, who questioned the probe agency about the case in which they were sought to be interrogated.
“For what purpose and in which case are they being interrogated. We should know about it…the agency cannot keep us in the dark,” said counsel.
The court rejected the plea and said the accused have no right to question the CBI on this issue.
Meanwhile, the court also allowed the CBI to file additional documents in the case.