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Kanimozhi denied bail, DMK calls emergency meet on June 10


June 8, 2011 - Chennai

The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) has called an emergency meeting of the party's top brass on June 10 in the wake of the Delhi High Court denying bail to party chief M Karunanidhi's daughter Kanimozhi in the 2G spectrum case.

This will be the first meeting of the DMK top brass after the party's dismal performance in the recently held assembly polls.

The DMK has been going through a bad phase at present with Kanimozhi and former Telecom Minister A Raja lodged in jail for their alleged roles in the 2G Spectrum Scam.

The Delhi High Court earlier in the day rejected DMK lawmaker Kanimozhi's bail plea in the 2G spectrum case.animozhi had in her petition earlier challenged the trial court's order calling for her to be sent to custody.

She was arrested on May 20 after her bail plea was dismissed by a special Delhi court.

The CBI had claimed that Kanimozhi lobbied for Raja to become a Union Cabinet minister.

The CBI also argued that Asif Balwa, who is the director of Kusegaon Fruits and Vegetables Pvt Ltd was the front man in the entire scam.

The agency presented before the court, details of the Rs 200 crore transactions by the Kalaignar TV.

The CBI said that a total number of 16 bank accounts were used in the transactions. The money first came from DB Realty to Kusegaon. It then went to Cineyug Film Company from where it was routed to Kalaignar TV.

She has been named as co-conspirator in CBI's second chargesheet in the scam.

Kanimozhi has been charged under Sections 7 and 11 of the Prevention of Corruption Act. The chargesheet said the investigation into the case disclosed that money had travelled from DB Realty to Kalaignar TV.

The supplementary chargesheet filed by the investigating agency has also named as co-accused Sharad Kumar, Karim Morani of Cineyug Films, and Asif Balwa and Rajiv B Agarwal of Kusegaon Realty.

ANI

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