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CBI Keeps Golden Jubliee Among Critiques

Amongst a heated political preaching on the questionable misuse of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) by parties in power, the country's leading investigation agency would celebrate 50 years of its creation at an event in New Delhi on Saturday. President Pranab Mukherjee will reveal the Golden Jubilee logo and present the 14th DP Kohli Memorial Lecture on 'Good Governance: Empowering Institutions, Society and Public'. Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav lately ripped up the issue of the CBI questionably being used by the ruling party against the Opposition. "It's not simple to fight with the government. It has thousands of hands and can utilize CBI and put one in jail)," he had said. The accusations of misuse of CBI were powerfully rebutted by Minister of Personnel V Narayanasamy. "This has been a political matter elevated by different political parties. In our government, we have never, never mistreat our authority or position for the intention of arm twisting any of our alliances. The CBI has been working independently," he said. Various former directors who have headed the agency - whose slogan is "excellence, commitment and distinguished service" - during the last 50 years would be congratulated by the President on the occasion. The yearly DP Kohli Memorial lecture is arranged in honor of CBI's founder director, who headed the agency from 1963-68. He was also the head of Special Police Establishment, precursor of CBI, from 1955-963. President Mukherjee would also offer Police Medals for Eminent Services to CBI officers and the DP Kohli Award for the Best Detective Constable of the bureau.

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