Bi­ased In­ves­ti­ga­tion

India Today - - MAIL -

When the Supreme Court is mon­i­tor­ing the in­ves­ti­ga­tion of the Coalgate scam, it is trav­esty of jus­tice that CBI, even be­fore get­ting into the bot­tom of the case, has been act­ing in haste as is ev­i­dent from the lat­est FIR nam­ing in­dus­tri­al­ist Ku­mar Man­galam Birla and for­mer coal sec­re­tary P.C. Parakh (“The Be­sieged”, Oc­to­ber 28). This has not only ex­posed their bi­ased at­ti­tude in im­pli­cat­ing per­sons with­out cred­i­ble ev­i­dence but also their in­abil­ity to nail the real ac­cused. So Parakh was right in say­ing that if CBI could name him as an ac­cused in the FIR, the Prime Min­is­ter should also be held re­spon­si­ble for ap­prov­ing his rec­om­men­da­tions.

K.R. SRINI­VASAN, via email

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