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SC rejects CBI contention that flight risk of economic offenders a 'national phenomenon'

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 22 October 2019
The Supreme Court Tuesday refused to accept the CBI contention that 'flight risk' of economic offenders be viewed as a "national phenomenon" because several such persons including industrialist Vijay Mallya have fled the country.
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