CBI director should not take any post after retirement, observes SC
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: The Supreme Court in its observation on Wednesday said that the CBI director should take any posts after his retirement.
The Supreme Court also made it clear today that the CBI should not share any information with the government regarding its investigation into the allocation of coal blocks to private companies.
The Supreme Court said, "Your application to share some information with the government is like giving by one hand and taking by another," the judges said.
"If there is any obstruction or impediment of any nature, you can come to us. Nothing should be left in finding the truth," the SC added.
The SC also said that no stone should be left unturned to find truth as far as the probe regarding coalgate was concerned.
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