Subramaniam, who has agreed to head the inquiry panel formed by the city government to probe DDCA matters, wrote to the National Security Advisor(NSA) asking him to step in and provide the officers along with their dossiers, a move described by BJP today as 'cheap publicity and propaganda'.
 
From Doval, Subramaniam sought shortlisted dossiers of five of the 'best officers of the IB, who should be of the level of joint director and below', five officers from the CBI and five officers of the Delhi Police, with their records.
    
The noted lawyer said his request to Doval is part of the enquiry procedure which calls for appropriate 'logistical infrastructure' before beginning the probe.
    
"I don't want in hindsight to feel that he (Doval) was not sufficiently briefed as he is a person who understands the ramifications correctly and that is why I wrote to him. I cannot judge by my personal imagination who can be a competent person to investigate", he said.
    
Accusing Subramaniam of working at the behest of the AAP government, BJP asked Kejriwal to read the Constitution, alleging his several decisions have been 'unconstitutional'.

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