Radia tapes not innocuous, CBI must examine: SC

Niira Radia

The court said it wanted to pass an order after asking the CBI to name officers, who could be made available to scrutinise the documents and segregate them on the basis of their content, but Additional Solicitor General H P Raval, who appears for the agency, failed to show up.

The lawyer assisting the ASG requested for an adjournment, to which the bench expressed its strong displeasure, underlining "this is not fair" and that the ASG should have understood which matter is important enough. It adjourned the hearing to February 13.

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