RANJIT SINHA SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST APPEARED TO BE UPRIGHT: EX CBI CHIEF (INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK)Part-2

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CBI chief Ranjit Sinha is neither interested in resigning nor does he want to go on leave ahead of his retirement date on December 3. At such times we catch up with Ex CBI Director, Joginder Singh for this special Interview of the Week to understand things as they happen.

RANJIT SINHA SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST APPEARED TO BE UPRIGHT: EX CBI CHIEF (INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK)Part-2

Talking of recent times Sinha, who will be retiring on December 3, is the most controversial chief of the CBI at present. This comes amid growing clamour for his ouster after the Supreme Court has expressed no faith in the CBI chief.

 

While visitor logbooks bring to light that Sinha had met the 2G case accused nearly a 100 times, Joginder Singh tells nnis the  least one expected from him was to appear upright.

It is interesting to note at this point that the new CBI director cannot be appointed till the Lokpal act is amended. According to the current Lokpal Act, the leader of opposition along with the Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of India together nominate the new CBI director. Joginder Singh, when asked about his message to the next CBI director, he said new laws were the call of the hour.

The former CBI director added that doing the job well would do the trick. He said a man of the CBI will have to focus on his responsibilities at all costs.

Nnis met Joginder Singh at a time when the Union government is likely to order a probe against Sinha in the 2G scam soon. A show cause notice seeking explanation regarding his conduct is likely to be issued soon as per sources. While Sinha has been removed from the 2G probe, Joginder adds there is ‘doubt in Sinha’s credibility’.

When asked if Sinha is being promoted by current Central government, the former CBI director Singh was quick to respond to nnis that the chief of premier investigating agency was already ‘promoted by the previous government’. And further Singh unravels the inside information to NNIS.

Joginder Singh termed the CBI as the wing of the government. The comment comes on a day when Ranjit Sinha reportedly met union minister Arun Jaitley.

 

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