New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team will reach Mauritius on May 16 to investigate the trail of money invested in the 2G spectrum. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) team will also visit five nations to track money.

On May 31, CBI will submit another supplementary chargesheet in the 2G spectrum case with the Apex Court.

Appearing for the CBI, senior advocate KK Venugopal informed the Supreme Court that the investigating agency will submit its report before the court after returning from Mauritius.

Venugopal told the bench of Justice GS Singhvi and Justice AK Ganguly that the CBI had requested for permission for investigation in Mauritius. However, ED had requested the permission for investigation in five countries.

The bench directed the CBI to speed up the investigation against a journalist, who allegedly tried to bribe an ED official in the 2G spectrum case.

Meanwhile, Janata Dal President Subramanium Swamy said that two ministers were involved in the racket. “While one has been arrested, action is yet to be initiated against the second minister,” he added.

After hearing his arguments, the SC bench warned Swamy not to brief media about his arguments in the court.

JPN/Bureau