Coal Scam: Delhi High Court suspends sentence of directors held guilty of conspiracy to cheat government

Justice Anu Malhotra highlighted that the convicts had deposited fine of ₹30 lakh each imposed on them during sentencing by trial court.
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Monday suspended the four-month prison sentences awarded to two directors of a company who were convicted for allegedly conspiring to cheat the Government of India in 2003 to get a coal block in Odisha allocated in their favour [Mahesh Kumar Agarwal, Nirmal Kumar Agarwal v. CBI].

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