New Delhi: The Delhi Police will submit its chargesheet against private detective Anurag Singh - an accused in the Arun Jaitley phone tapping case - and his aides on Tuesday, said sources on Monday, adding that the police have yet not linked Anurag Singh to any politician.
Police are likely to state in its chargesheet that Anurag Singh collected call records of important leaders within the BJP as he was looking for a contact who could help him get out of the 2006 phone tapping scandal, said sources.
Police will also tell court that their investigation is still on and they are still in the process of acquiring information from email servers based abroad, added sources.
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