Relief for P Chidambaram as 2G case dismissed

P Chidambaram 300x256 Relief for P Chidambaram as 2G case dismissedToday, trial court dismissed the Swamy’s plea against Home Minister P Chitambaram to make him a co-accused over 2G scam.

Special CBI judge OP Saini delivered his judgment after 1 this afternoon to a packed court-room and has ruled that all the allegations filed against P Chidambaram as tried for criminal culpability in the telecom scam have been rejected.

Announcing his judgment, Judge OP Saini said, “Prayer of Swamy to make Chidambaram an accused is dismissed”.

Reacting on the rejecting of a petition filed against Chidambaram to be made a co-accused in the telecom scam, which was allegedly fathered by A Raja during his infamous term as Telecom Minister, Mr Swamy said that he was surprised by the order and that he announced in his statement that he would approached to High Court within three months against Special CBI Judge OP Saini’s order in the 2G scam.Swamy said, “I am surprised because my evidence against Chidambaram was complete.”

Mr Swamy has argued that it was Mr Chidambaram’s job as Finance Minister in 2008 to prevent Mr Raja from his spree of crooked licensing, which saw companies who were under the blacklisted like Unitech and Telenor getting network licenses at clearance prices.

Without confining any detail on judgment, Swamy said he will make a long statement on Sunday after reading the two-line order given by Judge OP Saini. And he will approach with more evidence in the higher court if need be.

Meanwhile, the court decision gives a relief for Chidambaram and allows the government to re-claim some of the credibility and moral authority that was ebbed by the Supreme Court this week, when it cancelled 122 mobile network licenses issued in 2008, the crux of India’s biggest swindle.


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