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2017-05-27T11:28:21+05:30

Babus under scanner

These are not the best of times for “politicised” bur­­eaucrats—not since they came under fire after 2G and Coalgate for min­d­lessly doing the government’s bid­ding. Now, the CBI is likely to question finance ministry offic­ials in the Karti Chidam­baram-INX Media Ltd case. The probe so far shows that Foreign Investment Promot­ion Board (FIPB) officials may have overlooked the company’s illegalities to help INX Media. Sources believe these officials were posted with FIPB when P. Chidambaram was the finance minister and INX Media deliberately violated conditions of the FIPB app­roval. Alarm bells ringing?


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