Narada Sting Operation: A deadline was set by Justice Rajasekhar Mantha, the lone judge on the bench of the Calcutta High Court, for the CBI to wrap up its investigation into Trinamool Congress Lok Sabha member Aparupa Poddar, also known as Afrin Ali, in relation to the Narada sting operation.
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After hearing her plea, Justice Mantha set a four-month deadline for the investigation against Poddar.
In connection with the 2016 Narada sting video case, Poddar approached the bench of Justice Mantha on April 18, demanding her name be expunged from the CBI’s FIR.
Narada sting operation emerged just before the West Bengal Assembly elections in 2016. It revealed that several Trinamool politicians and an IPS officer had accepted money in exchange for pledges to provide them favours.