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Updated: September 20, 2013 02:14 IST

Shinde gets CBI’s clean chit in Adarsh case

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A file photo of Home Minister SushilKumar Shinde. Photo: R.V. Moorthy
The Hindu A file photo of Home Minister SushilKumar Shinde. Photo: R.V. Moorthy

The CBI has found no substance in the allegation that Union Home Minister Sushi Kumar Shinde owned a benami flat in Mumbai’s scam-tainted Adarsh Society. In an affidavit filed in the Bombay High Court on Thursday, the CBI said it was not legally necessary to name Mr. Shinde as an accused in the investigation of the case. The CBI was replying to an affidavit filed by social activist Pravin Wategaonkar in the ongoing PIL in this case.

Doesn't this smell like a conflict of interest situation? An
organization investigating its own boss.

from:  K. Sinha
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 18:27 IST

I am sure supreme court will interfere shortly, i have faith on
judiciary system.

from:  Sri
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 17:40 IST

The CBI's hands are full of 'clean chits' for favoured persons.How can
the 'caged parrot' prosecute a Bansal or a Shinde, not to speak of a
Vadra?If you are on the other side of the political divide, the 'caged
parrot' automatically turns into a 'vulture'.It is high time the courts
ask the CBI to come clean or face the consequences.A social audit of CBI
in respect of cases involving politicians will be in order.

from:  S.Srinivasan
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 17:27 IST

A very good example to drive home the point of why the people of this
country want the CBI to be made an autonomous and independent body...

from:  Eshwar
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 17:26 IST

It would only be wise to close all cases against the rich and powerful. That way CBI, the Courts and the police will have time to deal with problems of theft, robbery and other crimes by petty criminals. The common man would at least feel safer.

from:  Bhupender
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 17:22 IST

when was the last time some politician was convicted for corruption and punished? I think never. So whats the surprise here?

from:  kamal
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 17:00 IST

Now a days every politician wants CBI enquiry because they know that's the sure way
to get clean chit and continue as usual the business of corruption.

from:  indian
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:52 IST

In India, when we hear that the CBI has given CLEAN CHIT to so and so .. bla bla bla, a common average man of this country, understand that he/she is the REAL CULPRIT. What can a caged parrot do anyways? Either we should demolish the CBI Agency, who is there to only appease the ruling party or we should make them an Autonomy body, otherwise no use of this agency WHICH IS AS TAINTED AS THE POLITICIANS, moreover it has become a joke in today era!!!!

from:  umesh
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:51 IST

CBI is only saving its boss.
This is again an example why country needs Lokayukta and a free CBI.
CBI has not been able to implicate any politician who can support Congress. Lalu, Mulayam, Mayawati, Karunanidhi and Jaganmohan reddy are living proof of the misuse of CBI.

CBI has lost all its credibility.

from:  Abhinav
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:42 IST

Well done CBI!!!
You have lived up to the people's expectations.

from:  Varun Bhat
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:37 IST

Same is problem with CBI. System is used to make public fool. System require change and India require 'INDIAN LEADERSHIP' . How we can expect that foreigners will think about India rather than themselves.

from:  Kuldeep Singh
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:27 IST

In AP CBI says that if Y S Jagan released he will influence the evidence. Surprise can't this be done by a Minister for Home affairs? CBI behavior is very much unfair.

from:  Raja Sekhar
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:13 IST

Good Job CBI. You performed very well as expected.... bravo!!!
Indians are waiting for the day when we will get independence. This time
it is not British.. but our honest government servants or can say
politician`s servant.

from:  RACHIT
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:09 IST

We'd rather not have these so caled 'investigations' at all when the end
results are so well known and expected !! Just declare the initial
allegations against national 'leaders' as void. At least some public
money could be saved.

from:  Kshitij Mehta
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 16:06 IST

Keep it up, CBI. As expected.

from:  Rasul Sheik Muhammad
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 15:56 IST

I remember one of my CEO's statements, sharing it with all: "if an escalation/failure/mistake happens, its the failure of head of that team and not of the team members"... one of the reasons for less escalations

from:  sourabh
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 15:24 IST

WE know that all probes for public pastime and to fool the nation that we are
applying CBI for investigation.this probes will drag on for years and finally all come
pure as Sita. no worry.our netas are all honest. Even Singapore has to take lessons
from Indian leaders. thank you.

from:  kvlshanta
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 14:42 IST

clean chit by CBI and big photo by The Hindu ! great

from:  ambati
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 14:38 IST

How can we expect the CBI(caged parrot), to go against the HM of
country, actually the whole investigation was carried(intented) out to
give their leaders CLEAN chit.!!!

from:  Sanjeev
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 14:34 IST

I will be surprised if any sensible Indian citizen is surprised at this verdict. Indian leaders are honest. We are fortunate. God, you there???

from:  Avinash Baranwal
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 14:28 IST

This was expected from the CBI.

from:  Sarika Warhekar
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 13:56 IST

Mr.Shinde is the cleanest man in India. how can we frame him with Adarsh scam? We should not. CBI is the most cleverest organization in the entire world. When they lose a file or ensure some one is clean it is clean.

from:  Honga Singh
Posted on: Sep 19, 2013 at 13:37 IST
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