"No case is made out as not even a single witness supported the prosecution evidence," Special Judge B L Soni said pronouncing the judgement in an open court absolving the Congress leader in a matter relating to his tenure as CM in 1989 after a trial that started in September this year.
78-year-old Mr Singh, who had gone to Delhi to consult Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other leaders in connection with formation of his ministry, rushed to the court after landing at Annandale helipad.
He was present in the jam-packed court when the judgement was delivered. The case related to an audio CD that allegedly contained a conversation of Mr Singh and his wife with IAS officer Mohinder Lal and some industrialists regarding monetary transactions for them to invest in the state.
The court had framed charges against Mr Singh and his wife under Section 120 B (conspiracy) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and Sections 7, 11 and 13 of Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA), dealing with bribery and criminal misconduct.
The Special Judge started regular trial in the case from September this year and the last hearing was held on December 22.
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