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Delhi High Court has directed the CBI to file a status report in connection with the plea of NDTV and its promoters for a stay on the probe against them and quashing of an FIR over a alleged bank fraud. After the petition was filed on Thursday, Justice Vinod Goel posted the matter for hearing on September 21.
In a statement, the news channel said that it has filed a Writ challenging the CBI raids and FIR and said it would no longer like to address the subject it as the matter is sub-judice. “NDTV and its promoter company filed a Writ in the Delhi High Court today challenging the CBI raids and the FIR issued by CBI. NDTV is pleased that the court has directed the CBI to submit a Status Report to the High Court by September 21. We would not like to comment further as the matter is now sub-judice,” the statement read.