2G Scam: SC Judge to hear Chidambaram matter at 12:15pm

On the basis of plea filled by Janata Party Chief Subramanian Swamy, the Supreme Court had cancelled all the 122 telecom licenses on Friday that allocated by former communications minister A Raja to eight telecom companies.

And the Court left the issue whether “Chidambaram should be made co-accused or not” to the trial court of Special CBI in Delhi to decide on Swamy’s plea.

The apex court had cancelled the 122 telecom licenses without found any involvement as a part of the Prime Minister and P Chidambaram. Then it left the case to the lower court and asked not to get influenced by its decision.

Swamy claiming that he has sufficient evidence against Chidambaram including evidence extracted from a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report and the file relating to UASL (Unified Access Service Licence) policy regarding sale of equity.

Swamy said that former communications minister A. Raja committed irregularities in connivance with Chidambaram in alloting the licenses and pegging spectrum prices based on 2001 rates.

As per him, Chidambaram is guilty of criminal misconduct, under the Prevention of Corruption Act and other criminal laws. Swamy has allegedly claimed that Unitech Wireless and Swan Telecom who were awarded licences are blacklisted companies.

And by allotting licenses to them and not disclosing this fact, Chidambaram has breaching national security.

Now Swamy is in full force to prove to prosecute Chidambaram a co-accused in 2G scandal cases.

The trial court all set to take decision against Union Home Minister P Chidambaram which will decide whether or not Chidambaram should be made a co-accused in the 2G spectrum scam. Today, The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Special Judge OP Saini who had reserved his order for Saturday will once again hearing the Swamy’s plea and take decision over Chidambaram prosecution.

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