Aircel-Maxis: After ED, CBI moves Delhi HC on dropping charges against Marans

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Monday brought the Supreme Court against a Delhi charge to bring charges against former telecom minister, Dayanidhi Maran and other defendants in the Aircel-Maxis agreement. The Central Investigation Agency has done in court within two days of the Directorate of enforcement (ED) have been brought before the courts to challenge the same opinion. Recite ES Mehta, before introducing the subject, requested an answer Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi Maran and others who have been released from their accusations. The former Grover appearing by CBI has requested that the case be heard by the emergency department. For similar commands, it would be adopted in both cases. On February 2, a special IWC court has issued an order to all the defendants – effectively giving Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi and another coup to possess indictments to the CPI and erectile dysfunction. If Aircel-Maxis is related to allegations that, as Minister of Telecommunications, Dayanidhi Maran has used his influence to force Aircel’s owner, C. Sivasankaran, to sell his stake in Maxis Communications Berhad, led by T Ananda Krishnan. This would have been done instead of investing in Malaysian society by an arm in Sun Direct TV Pvt Ltd. Dayanidhi Maran is one of the direct solar developers and was Minister of Telecommunications in 2004-2007. The CBI had filed an opposition lawsuit against the Maran brothers, Ralph Marshall, owner T. Ananda Krishnan of Maxis and four companies – Sun television direct, Astro All Asia PLC networks, Maxis Communications Berhad and South Asia Entertainment Holdings Ltd in Malaysia . Marshall was the CEO of Astro All Asian Networks.
They were charged with offenses punishable under section 120-B (criminal association) of the IPC and under the relevant provisions of the 1988 Act on the Prevention of Corruption.

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