New Delhi :
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Karnataka Police SIT to probe into allegations against two former chief ministers of the state, N Dharam Singh and HD Kumaraswamy in the iron ore mining case. The apex court has also asked the SIT to submit a report within three months.
The Supreme Court, however, said that the investigation against another ex-CM SM Krishna will continue during the period.
An SC bench comprising Justice RF Nariman and PC Ghose also restrained all other courts including the Karnataka High Court from passing any further order in the case.
A bench comprising Justices P C Ghose and R F Nariman restrained all other courts including the high court from passing any order in the case.
In an allegation by one of the complainants, TJ Abraham that the former chief ministers connived with several bureaucrats and others in de-registering a huge tract of forest land and allowed illegal iron ore mining on a large scale.