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The fi­nance min­istry finds anom­alies in FDI in­flows to INX Me­dia. The case is trans­ferred to the ED, which later refers the case to the CBI

MAY 2017

The CBI reg­is­ters an FIR against INX Me­dia for vi­o­la­tion of FIPB rules, nam­ing P. Chi­dambaram’s son, Karti, as an ac­cused


Karti is ar­rested at Chen­nai air­port by the CBI in con­nec­tion with the case and brought to Delhi. After 23 days in jail, Karti is granted bail

JULY 2018

P. Chi­dambaram ap­plies for in­terim pro­tec­tion from ar­rest. The high court grants his plea

JULY 2019

Former INX Me­dia owner In­drani Muk­er­jea turns ap­prover for the CBI, al­leg­ing that a deal was struck be­tween INX and Karti for $1 mil­lion, in ex­change for help in re­solv­ing the FIPB is­sue. Both Karti and P. Chi­dambaram have de­nied the al­le­ga­tion

AU­GUST 20, 2019

The Delhi High Court re­jects Chi­dambaram’s an­tic­i­pa­tory bail plea. He appeals to the Supreme Court, which de­nies him an im­me­di­ate hear­ing

AU­GUST 21, 2019

Late in the evening, after he makes a state­ment at a press con­fer­ence from Congress HQ, former FM Chi­dambaram is ar­rested from his home by the CBI

AU­GUST 22, 2019

Chi­dambaram sent to CBI cus­tody un­til Au­gust 26

AU­GUST 23, 2019

The Supreme Court grants Chi­dambaram in­terim pro­tec­tion against ar­rest by the ED

AU­GUST 27, 2019

Chi­dambaram’s cus­to­dial re­mand with the CBI is ex­tended to Au­gust 30, and pro­tec­tion from ar­rest by the ED is ex­tended to Au­gust 28

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