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2G case: DoT has week to trace ‘misplaced’ file

NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom was ordered by a Delhi court, trying the 2G spectrum allocation case, to trace a case-related missing file within a week and produce the same before it.

Published: 25th January 2012 08:46 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:21 PM   |  A+A-

NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom was ordered by a Delhi court, trying the 2G spectrum allocation case, to trace a case-related missing file within a week and produce the same before it.

Special Judge O P Saini sought the file after DoT Under Secretary S P Sharma submitted the file had gone missing and he needed a week's time to trace the same.

"S P Sharma, Under Secretary (DoT), is also present and submits that file number 9-1/2009-RESTG is not readily traceable as the same has been misplaced. He submits that he may be granted one week's time either for producing the file or a reconstructed copy thereof.

"Prayer allowed. He is directed to either produce the original file or a reconstructed one within a week," the judge said.

The department, however, produced another related to the statement by a prosecution witness and former Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman Nripendra Mishra before the court today.



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