new Delhi. A Delhi court on Thursday rejected the bail plea of Anand Subramaniam (Anand Subramaniam), former advisor to Chitra Ramakrishna, former managing director and CEO of the National Stock Exchange (NSE). Special CBI Judge Sanjeev Agarwal dismissed the petition after hearing the side of the CBI and the petitioner on the bail application filed by Subramanian.
Anand Subramaniam was arrested on February 24
Subramanian was arrested by the CBI on February 24 in the NSE ‘Colocation’ case. Subramanian was sent to 14-day judicial custody by the court on March 9 after his custodial interrogation.
NSE Co-Location case: Delhi Court dismisses bail petition of Anand Subramanian, former Group Operating Officer and ex-advisor to former MD of National Stock Exchange.
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Accused of controlling Chitra Ramakrishna
During the hearing on Thursday, the CBI counsel said that Subramanian, who introduced himself as the Yogi of the Himalayas, had taken Chitra Ramakrishna, the then managing director and chief executive officer of NSE, under his influence. The lawyer said that during interrogation, Subramanian kept trying to escape and if he is granted bail, he may try to escape.
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Chitra Ramakrishna was arrested from Mumbai on 6 March
Chitra Ramakrishna was arrested by the CBI from Mumbai on 6 March in the NSE ‘colocation’ case. Chitra is accused of messing up the country’s largest stock exchange and taking big decisions under the influence of a person named Himalaya Yogi.
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