HC reserves order on Hindujas' petitions

The three Hinduja brothers, who are stuck in India for more than two months, today pressed Delhi High Court for an early decision on their petitions seeking permission to leave the country but Justice S K Agarwal reserved his orders on their plea.

The three Hinduja brothers, who are stuck in India for more than two months, today pressed Delhi High Court for an early decision on their petitions seeking permission to leave the country but Justice S K Agarwal reserved his orders on their plea.

Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, counsel for the Europe-based NRI industrialists, who have been chargesheeted in Rs 64 crore Bofors pay off case, pleaded before the court that the petitioners have been in India for 65 days.

While reserving his judgement on their petitions, justice Aggarwal directed CBI which has expressed willingness to have separate trial of Hinduja brothers, to place before him on April 29 statements of all witnesses.

Sibal during a previous hearing had stated that CBI had not recorded statements of 22 foreign witnesses mentioned in the list of 85, submitted by it to the trial court.

Bureau Report

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