Sigh of relief to Singh

Published on April 09, 2015 11:26:26 AM
The Supreme Court has given a sigh of relief to the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in the coal scam case, by including the clause ’admitted’ into the proceedings of the court hearing.

When the Supreme Court includes a term ‘admitted’ into a special hearing of a case, it means that the case has been put under examination for further more information, as the petitioner has asked for critical evidence on a case.

In this regard, the court has put Manmohan Singh's case under examination, till further information is collected and submitted to the court. The case has no definite time of hearing, as of now the case is put in line and may come to hearing in 2018, according to sources. Hence, Manmohan Singh has been protected from being convicted in the coal scam case.