The Madras High Court on Tuesday reserved its orders on preliminary objections raised by Sun TV chairman Kalanithi Maran, his brother Dayanithi Maran and five others to admitting a revision petition filed by the CBI against their discharge from the BSNL illegal telephone exchange case.
Justice G. Jayachandran deferred his verdict after senior counsel including P.S. Raman and G. Masilamani said the CBI ought to have filed seven individual revision petitions.
They insisted that they should be provided with copies of all 3,000 pages of the documents relied upon by the prosecution to substantiate its case.
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