The Supreme Court allows Karti Chidambaram to travel abroad in May

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Allowed Tuesday That Karti, Who Is Confronted With Criminal Cases By The ED And The CBI, Travels To The US, Germany And Spain This Month. A Bank Consisting Of Chief Justice And Justices Deepak Gupta And Sanjiv Khanna Said That This Wink To Travel Abroad Was Depended On Compliance With Previously Imposed Terms.

In January, The Apex Court Had Given Permission To Karti, The Son Of Congress Leader P Chidambaram, To Travel Abroad After Rs. 10 Crore Returned To The Secretary General Of The Supreme Court.

The Supreme Judge Had Also Asked Him To Submit A Commitment That He Would Return And Cooperate In The Investigation.

Karti Is Confronted With Criminal Cases That Are Being Investigated By The Enforcement Directorate And The CBI.

One Of The Matters Relates To The Approval Of The Foreign Investment Promotion Board To INX Media For Receiving Foreign Funds From Rs 305 Crore When His Father The Finance Minister.

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