Coal block allocation Accused Granted bail

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NEW DELHI : A special Court has granted bail to all the Ten Persons accused in the Coal block allocation scandal. Special CBI court Judge Bharat Parashar asked all the accused not to leave the country.

“None of the accused were arrested during investigation by CBI, nor have they denied to cooperate”  the Judge said granting them bail.

Earlier today, Jindal and others appeared before the court in pursuance of the summons issued against them by the court.

Besides the 10 accused individuals, five accused companies through their authorized representatives also appeared in court in pursuance of the court’s summons.

The accused were granted bail on furnishing a bail bond and surety amount of Rs 1 lakh each.

The five firms which are accused in the case are Jindal Steel and Power Limited (JSPL), Jindal Realty Pvt Ltd, Gagan Infraenergy Ltd (formerly known as GSIPL), Sowbhagya Media Ltd and New Delhi Exim Pvt Ltd.

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