PIL filed against former CBI director Alok Verma over allegedly tapping NSA Ajit Doval’s phone

16 Jan 2019 01:24 PM

PIL filed against former CBI director Alok Verma over allegedly tapping NSA Ajit Doval’s phone

Updated 16 Jan 2019 01:24 PM

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Central government and the CBI to file reply to a plea seeking a direction to constitute a SIT to look into the abuse of power by some officials of the probe agency by illegally tapping phone calls.
The court was hearing a plea filed by lawyer and social activist Sarthak Chaturvedi, who has also sought a direction to the Central government for framing comprehensive guidelines regarding tracing, tapping and surveillance of phone calls

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