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NSE co-location case: Chitra Ramkrishna, former CEO of National Stock exchange, remanded to 14 days judicial custody

Lawstreet Journal 15 Mar 2022 2:06am

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CBI: She's stopped cooperating. Evasive replies.

Court: Then why you're saying JC remand now?

CBI: She's very much influential.

Court: If she's the mastermind or there's a profit master.

CBI: Kehna immature hain. (It's a bit immature to say at this point)

Abhi confrontation kar rahe hain. (We're still confronting)

Defense counsel: I'm filing a bail application.

Court: Immediately after secession of police remand. Is it not a bit early?

Defense counsel seeks home cooked food for Ramkrishna during her judicial custody.

Judge: I have also had the food many times. It's quite good.

Defense counsel asks for other items, including a prayer book and masks.

Judge: VIP prisoners want everything then every rule should be changed. Every prisoner is the same. She's not a VIP.

Chitra Ramkrishna moves 450-page bail application, seeks release

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