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Subba asked to appear in court

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 29 � Former Congress MP Mani Kumar Subba has been asked to appear before the Court of Special Judicial Magistrate, Assam on March 14 after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed a chargesheet against him on January 27.

The CBI, in its 15-page chargesheet, had pointed out that Subba had forged all the documents including his birth certificate regarding his nationality.

Subba faces charges under Sec 420/468/471/193 of the Indian Penal Code, besides Sec 12 of the Indian Passport Act.

The Court had taken cognizance of the case on the very day when the CBI had filed the chargesheet (Jan 27) in connection with the case (RC AC 32 010 A 0004).

It needs mention that the one Birendra Nath had filed a writ petition (No. 29/2005) with the Supreme Court questioning the former MP�s Indian nationality following which the CBI was asked to verify the documents and affidavits related to his birth and nationality.

After CBI found enough irregularities in the documents, the apex Court left it on the investigation agency to probe the matter.

Meanwhile, the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad, in a press statement stated, that the CBI charge-sheeting Subba is one of the darkest episode of the Congress Government. �It is a threat to the democratic system,� the Parishad stated.

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Subba asked to appear in court

GUWAHATI, Jan 29 � Former Congress MP Mani Kumar Subba has been asked to appear before the Court of Special Judicial Magistrate, Assam on March 14 after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) filed a chargesheet against him on January 27.

The CBI, in its 15-page chargesheet, had pointed out that Subba had forged all the documents including his birth certificate regarding his nationality.

Subba faces charges under Sec 420/468/471/193 of the Indian Penal Code, besides Sec 12 of the Indian Passport Act.

The Court had taken cognizance of the case on the very day when the CBI had filed the chargesheet (Jan 27) in connection with the case (RC AC 32 010 A 0004).

It needs mention that the one Birendra Nath had filed a writ petition (No. 29/2005) with the Supreme Court questioning the former MP�s Indian nationality following which the CBI was asked to verify the documents and affidavits related to his birth and nationality.

After CBI found enough irregularities in the documents, the apex Court left it on the investigation agency to probe the matter.

Meanwhile, the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad, in a press statement stated, that the CBI charge-sheeting Subba is one of the darkest episode of the Congress Government. �It is a threat to the democratic system,� the Parishad stated.

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