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Raju mum on continuing treatment at NIMS

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HYDERABAD: “I have no comments to offer”, was all former Satyam Computers chairman B. Ramalinga Raju had to say when a reporter asked him in court if he wanted to get discharged from Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) and continue his treatment in a private hospital, now that he was released on bail.

Mr. Raju, who resumed attending the court in the multi-crore scam that rocked the company, walked into the court hall fifteen minutes earlier and sat on a wooden bench next to the door until the proceedings began at 10.30 a.m. He got into a conversation with his younger brother and ex-managing director of Satyam, B. Rama Raju and former auditor S. Gopalakrishnan. It was then that a woman reporter tried to talk to him only to draw a blank response.

All the accused walked into the dock and stood in the order of numbers given to them by the prosecution when the magistrate B.V.L.N. Chakravarthi took the seat.

It took just a couple of minutes for Mr. Ramalinga Raju to walk out of the hall thereafter. After the departure of Mr. Raju, the court took up petitions of his sons Rama Raju and Teja Raju seeking de-freezing of their bank accounts and release of laptops, computers and pen drives seized from them for investigation. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) opposed de-freezing of accounts on the ground that the diversion of funds of Satyam was still being probed.

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