Suresh Kalmadi also had a busy week with the CBI, answering queries about his role in the Commonwealth Games debacle. He is being questioned for cases of corruption and mismanagement.
The CBI had raided his house in the previous week and also the homes of his aides and the offices of several of the companies that were involved in the CWG. For all intents and purposes, the CBI is really going to town with this case and appears as if some action will be taken once the case has been properly built.
But then again, Kalmadi has always appeared supremely confident that no wrongdoing on his part will ever be discovered or prosecuted. Considering the CBI's current track record, Kalmadi's confidence appears to be well deserved.
Image: Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi comes out of the CBI headquarters after eight hours of questioning on alleged financial irregularities in the conduct of the Games, in New Delhi on Jan 5, 2010. (Photograph copyright PTI)CBI quizzes Kalmadi aides Bhanot, Bhore in CWG scam | CBI raids Kalmadi homes, Games office