SC not to interfere in CWG probe
New Delhi: The Supreme Court Friday refused to entertain a petition seeking monitoring of the CBI probe into alleged corruption cases related to the Commonwealth Games.
A bench comprising justices R M Lodha and Gyan Sudha Misra said there was no need to interfere with the
investigation by the CBI into the alleged corruption cases
related to the mega sporting event.
"Since CBI is investigating, we do not want to interfere," the bench said.
It, however, gave liberty to the petitioner to approach
the court if any deficiency was found in the investigation.
The petition was filed by a Delhi-based NGO Delhi Study
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