Once again 13 years later, the genie of Bofors has come out again. The CBI has challenged the Delhi High Court’s 2005 decision to revoke all charges against the accused in the Bofors gun deal case in the Supreme Court. After the delay of 13 years, the CBI has filed an appeal in the Supreme Court. On the basis of new evidence, the CBI spoke to Attorney General K Venugopal and after that the decision was taken. In the year 1986, the Supreme Court has now filed a petition against the High Court’s decision in the Rs.1437 crore Bofors gun scam, in which Rs 64 crore was bribe to Indian officials. The CBI has not yet challenged the Supreme Court’s decision on the May 31, 2005 Delhi High Court verdict in this case. Let us tell you that in the year 2005, the Delhi High Court had dismissed all charges against Hinduja brothers living in Europe in the scandal. On May 31, 2005, the then Judge RS Sodhi of the Delhi High Court had suspended all charges against Hinduja brothers Srichand, Gopichand and Prakash Chand and Bofors Company. The CBI was reprimanded for its manner of dealing with the case saying that it had a burden of Rs 250 crore on the public exchequer.

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