New Delhi: The Supreme Court has directed the Enforcement Directorate to file the investigation documents against DTV Dinakaran in a sealed cover within three weeks in the Bera corruption case. DTV Dinakaran was accused of illegally depositing 1 crore 4 lakh 93 thousand US dollars in Barclay Bank in England through tipper investment. Following this, in 1996, the enforcement department registered a case against DTV Dinakaran. Following this, in 1996, the enforcement department registered a case against DTV Dinakaran.
Both these cases are pending in the Egmore Economic Offenses Court, Chennai. When the appeal case related to this was heard in the Supreme Court yesterday in the session of Justices Sanjeev Khanna and MM Sundaresh, the judges ordered the enforcement department to file the case documents against DTV Dhinakaran in a sealed envelope within three weeks and adjourned the hearing to next April.