‘Courtroom is so small,’ Chidambaram said in CBI court

'Courtroom is so small,' Chidambaram said in CBI court

‘Courtroom is so small,’ Chidambaram said in CBI court

The previous Union diplomat P Chidambaram was in a shock when he was presented before the designated CBI court in the Rouse Avenue Complex in New Delhi today. Chidambaram, in communication with CBI deputies, showed astonishment that the courtrooms in the new complex were very inadequate.

“The courtrooms are so tiny. I imagined new court [complex is here, so] now I will have sufficient courtrooms,” Chidambaram informed the CBI deputies conferring him before the CBI court.

In the crowded courtroom, the CBI deputies informed him that the courtrooms are short in the Rouse Avenue Complex. “It’s a problem in all the main cases. In the coal scam instance, it’s difficult to fit even all the arrested their lawyers inside the courtroom,” the deputies said him.

The Rouse Avenue Complex was begun in April this year. This premises dwellings courts to try all corruption trials. The information declared by the Delhi High Court announcement stated that the whole courts of special judge, the CBI, anti-corruption branch and labor tribunals in Delhi shall operate from the Rouse Avenue Court Complex.

P Chidambaram was detained by the CBI on Wednesday night following over 24 hours of hide-and-seek in associate with INX Media case. The matter concerns to a 2007 decision supporting foreign investment in the INX Media, then held by media businesspeople Peter Mukerjea and Indrani Mukerjea, by the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) of the finance department, then below to Chidambaram.

The matter came to spotlight in 2008. Chidambaram’s part came under the intense center of the CBI only after Indrani Mukerjea turned approver in the matter and pointed claws at the former finance diplomat. Both Peter and Indrani Mukerjea are in prison in association with the killing of Sheena Bora – the descendant of Indrani from earlier nuptials.

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