Anil Tuteja granted conditional bail from High Court

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Apr 29:
One of the accused in the famous CSC scam in state IAS Anil Tuteja has got a major relief from the High Court. In this case the Supreme Court Advocate Avi Singh addressing a press conference here in city informed that there were two cases filed related to CSC scam in the High Court and in the reinvestigation case date of May 23 has been awarded and in the other case Tuteja was awarded conditional bail. The Court has made it clear that Anil Tuteja will submit a deposit for bail worth Rs 50000 in the Court and would present himself before investigative agency as & when required and cannot leave the country without prior information. It is in the above conditions, Anil Tueteja has been granted bail, he added.
Advocate Avi Singh informed that no evidence against Anil Tuteja has been recovered nor there is any proof against him. The investigation officer Sanjay Devasthale has given it in writing that no evidence has been found against Anil Tuteja in the investigations done so far. Tuteja’s advocate charged that what all investigation or inquiry has been done is incorrect and demanded fresh investigations. The advocate informed that the inquiry officer just call him once as witness and he termed the chargesheet against Tuteja as stories in one of the Hindi novels. He said that no evidence were found against Tuteja.
It is notable here that one of the accused in CSC scam Anil Tuteja has got major relief from High Court.
In the hearing conduct in the bench of Justice RP Sharma in High Court, Tuteja was granted anticipatory bail. It is worthwhile to mention here that ACB and EoW investigation branch had conducted raid at 28 establishments of CSC last on 12 Feb 2015 and filed cases against 27 persons in this case.
It was hearing different witnesses and evidence produced, HC granted anticipatory bail to Anil Tuteja on Monday. Tuteja had filed anticipatory bail plea in HC last on Nov 27, 2018 and it was based upon different conditions he was granted anticipatory bail.

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