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Criminal case against Jagdish Tytler's son

Jagdish Tytler has been allowed to visit Turkey to attend a meeting of the International Kurash Association (IKA) and the ninth world Kurash senior championship.

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Updated:December 6, 2013, 6:46 PM IST
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Criminal case against Jagdish Tytler's son
Jagdish Tytler has been allowed to visit Turkey to attend a meeting of the International Kurash Association (IKA) and the ninth world Kurash senior championship.
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New Delhi: The Delhi Economics offences wing has filed a criminal case against arms dealer Abhishek Verma and Jagdish Tytler's son Siddharth Tytler following a complaint by a Cyprus based company. The company has filed a complaint against the duo for duping them of five crore rupees.

Meanwhile, Jagdish Tytler has been allowed to visit Turkey to attend a meeting of the International Kurash Association (IKA) and the ninth world Kurash senior championship.

Tytler is the chairman of International Kurash Association, according to IKA website. During the arguments, the CBI opposed Tytler's plea contending that there was no "pressing reasons" given by him for visiting abroad and the former Union minister is an "influential person".

CBI argued that there is a possibility that Tytler may not return to India.

The court, however, allowed the plea and directed Tytler to furnish a security of Rs five lakh. It also said Tytler will not tamper with the evidence and will submit the address and telephone number where he will be staying in Turkey.

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