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Print this pageEmail this story DDA scam: CBI arrests former High Court judge

Wednesday, April 30, 2003 (New Delhi):

Shamit Mukehrjee, who resigned as a judge of the Delhi High Court in the wake of DDA scam, was today arrested by CBI, agency sources said.

Mukherjee will be produced in the court tomorrow.

The Central Bureau of Investigation today carried out searches at the residence of former Delhi High Court judge in connection with his alleged involvement in the DDA scam.

The raids were conducted after the investigating agency registered a case against him last evening, CBI sources said.

The name of Mukherjee figured in the scam after CBI recovered some important files pertaining to the DDA cases from a guest house in Asiad Village.

Mukherjee, who resigned immediately after the scam broke out, has denied any involvement in the case.

The former Delhi High Court judge had cited illness of his wife as the main reason for his resignation.

However, it is believed that CBI director P C Sharma had met the Chief Justice of India immediately after the agency recovered some important files from the guest house. (PTI)

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