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Coal block allocation case: CBI not satisfied with Jindal's answers

Jindal Naveen has been named as an accused in the twelfth FIR of the CBI in coal scan.

Bhupendra Chaubey | http://bhupendrachaube

Updated:September 28, 2013, 1:31 PM IST
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Coal block allocation case: CBI not satisfied with Jindal's answers
Jindal Naveen has been named as an accused in the twelfth FIR of the CBI in coal scan.

New Delhi: Trouble seems to be brewing for Congress MP and industrialist Naveen Jindal. Jindal was summoned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) a couple of days back and was subjected to some intense scrutiny.

Sources have revealed that there are 23 basic questions that the CBI isn't very satisfied on the basis of the answers given by Jindal. Did his company JSPL satisfy all the criteria, all the laid down parameters by the Coal Ministry for the allocation of coal blocks. The precise coal block that is being talked about is the Amarkonda Murgadangal coal block.

Naveen has been named as an accused in the twelfth FIR of the CBI in coal scan. The CBI in its FIR has said that Naveen's company, Jindal Group, was not recommended by the Jharkhand government. The FIR also accused him of misrepresentation of facts.

The Naveen Jindal group was allotted a total of 11 blocks, making it the single largest beneficiary of the controversial coal block allotment.

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