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Railgate probe to be over in three months: CBI chief

New Delhi, May 14
The probe into the bribery scandal that led to resignation of Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal is expected to be completed within three months, CBI Director Ranjit Sinha said today.

Ruling out that there was any pressure to go soft on the case, Sinha said the scandal was unearthed after his officers went about their investigations in a professional manner.

He refused to answer whether the agency was planning to summon Bansal for questioning. However, Sinha said the agency was trying to complete "the investigations and chargesheet all accused within 90 days."

This will prevent the arrested accused from getting a bail. According to the law, there can be no automatic bail if the probe agency files a chargesheet within three months of the arrest of the accused. PTI

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