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Friday, 24 August 2012

Supreme Court Gives Clean Chit To Chidambaram In 2G Case


2G case: Supreme Court gives clean chit to Chidambaram
Swamy had moved the Supreme Court challenging the trial court order which had held that P Chidambaram did not indulge in any criminal conspiracy in the 2G scam and refused to make him an accused in the case.


NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday gave absolute clean chit to finance minister P Chidambaram in the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

The apex court said that there was absolutely no evidence to link him to any conspiracy in the 2G spectrum scam.

The SC said there is no evidence presented to infer that Chidambaram had a role in under pricing of spectrum.

The apex court said mere meeting of Chidambaram with then telecom minister A Raja is not sufficient to infer a conspiracy to lower the price of spectrum or their alleged irregular allotment.

The SC bench also said there is no evidence to infer that Chidambaram had either abused his official position to earn pecuniary benefit to himself, A Raja or anyone.

The SC said mere meeting of ministers among themselves or with the Prime Minister can not be cited as evidence to suggest wrong doing.

The apex court also asked for affidavit from telecom secretary promising that the government will implement 2G judgment directing auction off 122 spectrum licences.

The court sought the affidavit before entertaining the Centre's plea to extend auction deadline from August 31 to November 13.

The apex court dismissed Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy's petition seeking CBI probe against Chidambaram in the 2G scam. It said Swamy's petition is devoid of any merit.

Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy had moved the court challenging the trial court order which had held that P Chidambaram did not indulge in any criminal conspiracy in the 2G scamand refused to make him an accused in the case.

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