These leaders met P. Chidambaram in jail, these topics were discussed
These leaders met P. Chidambaram in jail, these topics were discussed

In Tihar Jail on Wednesday morning, senior Congress leaders Ghulam Nabi Azad and Ahmed Patel met former Finance Minister P Chidambaram. During this time Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram was also present with him. Sources said that during the half-hour meeting, the leaders discussed the current political situation. During this, he included Kashmir, the upcoming elections and the economic situation in the country.

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According to media reports, Congress leaders were first prevented from meeting Chidambaram, who was sent to Tihar Jail on 5 September in the INX Media case. The former finance minister has been accused that while holding this post, in 2007, he approved the Foreign Investment Promotion Board to take a bribe of Rs 305 crore to INX Media. Significantly, in the same case, on 5 September, the special court sent Chidambaram to Tihar jail till 19 September.

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He has been in CBI custody for about 15 days. The ED is also questioning him on the money-laundering charges. Let us tell you that on Monday 16 September Chidambaram celebrated 74th birthday in Tihar. Chidambaram will be produced before the Delhi High Court by the CBI for the next hearing on 19 September. Earlier, during the hearing on 12 September, the Delhi High Court gave a jolt. The court said that the Delhi High Court said that a kind of food is available for everyone in the jail, so you will have to eat the same. Chidambaram has moved the Delhi High Court claiming that criminal proceedings have been taken against him for political vendetta. Delhi High Court has issued a notice to the CBI on the application of P Chidambaram, challenging the order of judicial custody given by the trial court in the INX Media case.

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