CBI director Alok Verma examined by CVC for money laundering

Verma had earlier denied all the charges levelled against him by Special Director Rakesh Asthana.

Read more about CVC examines CBI chief Alok Verma on Business Standard. New Delhi [India], Nov 9 (ANI): Central Bureau of Investigation Director Alok Verma on Friday appeared before the Chief Vigilance Commission (CVC) KV Chaudary to defend charges of corruption leveled against him by CBI Special Director Rakesh

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The Supreme Court had on October 26 asked the Central Vigilance Commission to complete within two weeks its inquiry into the allegations against CBI director Alok Verma levelled by Rakesh Asthana.The two weeks time limit ends on Sunday and the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the matter on Monday.

CBI director Alok Verma appears before CVC, counters corruption charges levelled by Asthana

The Supreme Court had on October 26 asked the Central Vigilance Commission to complete within two weeks its inquiry into the allegations against Verma levelled by Asthana.

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The ousted CBI chief has denied all the charges made against him by his deputy Rakesh Asthana

CBI director Alok Verma appears before CVC for second consecutive day

Alok Verma appeared before the panel headed by Chowdary and comprising Vigilance Commissioners Sharad Kumar and TM Bhasin, among others.

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Verma appeared before the panel headed by Chowdary and comprising Vigilance Commissioners Sharad Kumar and T M Bhasin among others, they said, without citing any other details.