Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court will give its verdict on the Narada Sting case on April 27 2016.
The Court on Tuesday said that whether the incident is true or wrong, it is dangerous. It is a dangerous incident for the Indian society. It is an incident which can shook everyone’s confidence.
As per the directives, Matthew Samuels, editor of Narada News (web portal) had submitted all necessary documents to the court on Monday. He had submitted an i-phone which was used to record the entire incident. He also submitted important documents and videos in a pen drive.
The senior judge of the court, Manjula Chellur, has informed that the i-phone and the footages will be kept in the locker of a Central bank. The registrar of the high court will take the responsibility of arranging the locker.
Manjula Chellur even added that this probe must not waste time. More questions will arise in the minds of the citizens if the probe is delayed. A 3-member committee has been set up who will look after the locker. A CBI official is also a part of the committee.
Narada sting is a sting operation in which many leaders of West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress were allegedly shown taking bribes.