New Delhi, May 10 (ANI): Retired Lt. Gen. Tejinder Singh on Thursday withdrew his petition from the Supreme Court seeking a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry into the alleged misconduct of Army Chief General V.K. Singh.
Senior counsel Rajiv Dhawan urged the court to grant them permission to withdraw the petition
Lt. Gen. Tejinder Singh had approached the apex court on April 25 seeking a CBI inquiry on the alleged role of the Army Chief in the purported bugging of the Defence Minister's office and action against him for 'misconduct'.
Earlier, the government had denied reports of bugging.
The petition was filed days after the Army Chief accused Lt. Gen. Tejinder Singh of offering him a bribe of Rs 14 crore for the purchase of 600 Tatra trucks. (ANI)