SC adjourns for tomorrow Swamy’s plea in case against ED officer probing Aircel-Maxis matter | India News
A trip bench of Justices Arun Mishra and S Okay Kaul directed Swamy to serve the copy of his software to the petitioner Rajneesh Kapur who has filed the case in opposition to ED officer Rajeshwar Singh.
The bench additionally requested Kapur to be current tomorrow throughout the listening to of the case.
Through the listening to right this moment, the court docket discovered neither Kapur nor his counsel current and requested Swamy whether or not the copy of the applying was served upon him (Kapur) or not.
Swamy replied they’d served the copy however nobody has appeared on behalf of the petitioner.
“Then we’ll take up the matter tomorrow and also you serve the copy of software and even personally inform him for showing tomorrow,” the bench mentioned.
The highest court docket mentioned that it’ll additionally take up for listening to tomorrow the contempt petition filed by Rajeshwar Singh, who had sough initiation of contempt proceedings as makes an attempt have been made to thwart the continued investigation within the Aircel-Maxis case.
In his petition, Kapur has alleged that Singh, the investigating officer within the Aircel-Maxis case, has amassed disproportionate property past the recognized sources of his earnings.
Swamy, who had earlier moved the apex court docket for expeditious probe within the Aircel-Maxis case, has sought court docket’s route for making himself as a celebration within the plea filed by Kapur in opposition to the ED official.
Earlier, on June 20, Justice Indu Malhotra recused herself from listening to within the matter with out assigning any motive.
The apex court docket had on March 12 set a deadline of six months for the CBI and the ED to finish the investigation into the alleged irregularities in FIPB approval given within the Aircel-Maxis deal case by which former finance minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti have been questioned by probe companies.