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Aug 26, 2019
1:52PM

SC refuses to entertain Chidambaram's plea in CBI case against dismissal of anticipatory bail in INX media case

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The Supreme Court today refused to entertain Congress leader P Chidambaram's plea challenging the dismissal of his anticipatory bail in a corruption case lodged by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the INX media case. 

The apex court said his petition has become infructuous as Chidambaram has already been arrested by the CBI. A bench comprising justices R Banumathi and A S Bopanna said Chidambaram is at liberty to seek remedy in accordance with the law. Chidambaram, whose CBI custody is ending today, will be produced before the trial court where the agency can further seek his custody.

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