New Delhi, Aug.30 (ANI): The Supreme Court has conducted two-hour-long in-camera proceedings in former corporate lobbyist Nira Radia's phone tapping case.
The proceedings took place before an apex court bench of Justices G S Singhvi and V Gopala Gowda during which two additional solicitor generals, CBI, Income Tax Department and Home Ministry officers were allowed into the court room.
All advocates appearing for different parties, journalists and others were, however, barred.
The apex court bench concluded the in-camera proceedings and posted this matter for an open court hearing on October 1.
The Supreme Court had earlier on August 27 decided to hold in-camera proceedings in this case. (ANI)