Further probe didnít yield anything new: Cops
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The Delhi police crime branch has on Tuesday filed a fresh supplementary cha-rgesheet in the probe related to 2008 cash-for-votes scam. The moves following an earlier order of an anti-corruption court to further probe the scam "from all angles in a fair and impartial manner leaving no loopholes".
In the chargesheet, the police has stated that it has conducted extensive probe into the trail of money given to the BJP MPs and also into the identity of the "man in yellow shirt" who was seen in the sting operation videos.
The police claimed that they had once again interrogated former SP general secretary and MP Amar Singh along with three of his employees to trace the money trail. They said that earlier this month, CNN IBN which conducted the sting operation, had submitted to the police information on the probe done by it into the sting operation along with relevant CDs. But it did not reveal any new information in the case.
The police has said since the video was recorded on a small hidden camera, its quality was not good enough to identify the "man in yellow shirt". The crime branch with the NIA had prepared a better picture of the man and had advertised in various dailies in October. But the responses were not helpful, the police stated.
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