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CBI files two status reports in Adarsh case

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Mumbai: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday filed two progress reports in connection with the Adarsh Housing Society scam before the Bombay High Court and the court directed it to file the next status report on July 20.

The reports, handed over to the court in sealed covers by Additional Solicitor-General Darius Khambatta, pertained to the overall probe and the case of the missing papers.

Advocate Ashish Mehta, representing petitioner Simpreet Singh, told The Hindu that the CBI said it would interrogate some more persons over the next four weeks. An amendment to his petition would be filed soon, calling for transfer of the case from the CBI to a special investigation team.

Another petitioner, Pravin Wategaonkar, demanded invocation of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (PMLA) in the case.

Probe demanded

Demanding a probe into the source of funds, he contended that unaccounted money was used for buying the Adarsh flats.

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