In its application, CBI alleged the counsel for the NGO has been contradicting their own stand before the Apex Court.
Citing an example, the plea contended that the counsel had earlier said the diary containing the names of visitors to Sinha's residence was procured from an unknown person but later in its affidavit while refusing to name the persons, the lawyer of the NGO claimed they have got it from reliable persons.
CBI, in its plea, has alleged the two lawyers and the NGO have been "making deliberate and false statements on oath and before the Supreme Court".
CBI had moved a similar application before the Supreme Court earlier for lodging a case of perjury against the lawyers for allegedly making "deliberate and intentional false statements on oath" relating to investigations into the 2G spectrum allocation scam.
CBI said the statements are "punishable under various sections of IPC".

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