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Nambi Narayanan’s arrest without evidence; CBI to probe international conspiracy in case


  • CBI opposes bail
  • Mariam Rasheeda and Fouzia to join the party in the case
  • Possibility to intimidate witnesses

Kochi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in the high court opposed the bail application of a former police officer in the ISRO scam case. The CBI told the court that the accused should not be granted bail and that there was a possibility of intimidation of witnesses if the accused were released on bail. The court said it would investigate the international conspiracy in the case.

The CBI had opposed the bail pleas of Vijayan, Thampi Durgadas and Jayaprakash. Officials said in their bail application that they were only junior officers when they were arrested. But the CBI rejected these arguments. The CBI said the officials were involved in a conspiracy to fabricate the case.

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Nambi Narayanan was arrested without sufficient evidence. With the arrest of a senior scientist, cryogenic technology in India has been delayed and the country has lagged behind in this regard. In this case, the CBI told the court that it needed to look into whether there was an international conspiracy in the case.

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Meanwhile, Fauzia Hassan and Mariam Rasheeda, both Maldivian nationals, came out against the anticipatory bail application of former DGP Sibi Mathews, the accused in the case. The two filed the petition in the Thiruvananthapuram District Court. The two demanded that Siby Mathews’ bail be considered only after hearing their arguments. Nambi Narayanan, the complainant in the case, had also filed a petition against the anticipatory bail application. The petitions will be considered on Monday.

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