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Sunday, June 26, 2011

BUGGING F.M.'s.: Former CBDT chairman questioned in bug-in-finance-ministry case!

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PTI / The Hindu.

Former CBDT chairman Sudhir Chandra has been questioned by the Intelligence Bureau over his role in hiring private detectives in sweeping clear the rooms of Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and his staff after detection of “plated adhesives” in 16 key locations.
During the questioning on Thursday, IB officials asked Mr. Chandra, who was then Member (Investigations) in the CBDT, why private detectives were called before informing the IB to inspect the plated “bugs” in the Ministry of Finance, official sources said.
When contacted, Mr. Chandra denied that he has been quizzed by anyone, saying at the time of reported “bugging” he was not the chairman of CBDT and he had no role in hiring private detectives.
An inquiry is also on to find out the name of the private detective agency which carried out the debugging exercise in the Ministry of Finance.
“It is not a formal inquiry but discreetly the investigators are trying to find out the name and the findings of that agency,” the sources said.

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