Virbhadra Singh appears before Delhi court in DA case

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister likely to appear before Enforcement Directorate

New Delhi: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and others appeared before a court in a disproportionate assets case worth over Rs 10 crore. His wife Pratibha Singh also appeared before the court.

Singh and others appeared before Special Judge Virender Kumar Goyal in pursuance of summons issued against them. They also moved bail application which was already listed for May 29.

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Apart from Singh, the others accused in the case are Life Insurance Corporation agent Anand Chauhan, his associate Chunni Lal, Joginder Singh Ghalta, Prem Raj, Lawan Kumar Roach, Vakamullah Chandrashekhar and Ram Prakash Bhatia, who were also summoned.

The CBI, in its chargesheet said that the Chief Minister was in possession of assets worth Rs 10,30,47,946.40 in his own name as well as in the names of his family members.

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