SC-appointed panel finds Ranjit Sinha’s diary genuine; says ex-CBI chief tried to influence probe prima-facie

NEW DELHI: Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that apex court panel, appointed to inquire into the allegations of scuttling of the coal block allocation scam probe by then CBI director Ranjit Sinha, has indicated that prima facie there was an attempt to influence the investigation.

Rohatgi, who was provided with the copy of the interim report, said he had gone through the report of the panel headed by former CBI special director M L Sharma which has found that the visitors’ diary at Sinha’s residence was genuine.

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