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    The CBI is examining complaints from the Enforcement Directorate and the Income Tax Department against two of its former directors vis-a-vis a case involving meat exporter Moin Ahmed Qureshi, an informed source said on Thursday.

    “We have received the complaint against two former CBI directors — Ranjit Sinha and A.P. Singh — from the Enforcement Directorate and the Income Tax Department and we are examining the complaint,” the Central Bureau of Investigation source said on condition of anonymity.

    According to sources the central agency had neither filed any case nor initiated a preliminary inquiry as yet against the two former directors.

    The complaint comes in the wake of an investigation carried out by the ED and IT Department against Qureshi on charge of non-disclosure of income of nearly Rs 20 crore and dodging tax on it.

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