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Jindal extortion case: Zee Editors granted bail

18-December-2012
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Jindal extortion case: Zee Editors granted bail

The Delhi Court on Monday has granted bail to Editors Sudhir Chaudhary and Samir Ahluwalia of Zee News and Zee Business respectively. The editors were arrested in an extortion complaint case that was filed by MP Naveen Jindal.

The Additional Session Judge Raj Rani Mitra presided over the hearing, and has asked both Editors to give a personal bond of Rs 50,000.

As is known, the editors were arrested for allegedly demanding Rs 100 crore from the Jindal Group in form of advertisements.

Earlier, the court had rejected the plea of Delhi Police to subject the two arrested Zee News Editor Sudhir Chaudhary and Zee Business Editor Samir Ahluwalia for the polygraph test as they refused to give their consent.

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