2G case: HC issues notice to A Raja, others on ED's plea for early hearing on appeal against acquittal
The CBI and ED had moved the Delhi High Court in March 2018 against the acquittal of all accused in the 2G spectrum case which came to light in 2017.
The ASG said he has concluded his arguments in the CBI's case and will make small arguments in the ED matter.
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde was urged by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, representing the investigative agencies, the CBI and the ED, that a bench be set up.
The CBI has challenged the Patiala House court's ruling which had acquitted all the accused in the case.
The CBI had alleged in its charge sheet that there was a loss of Rs 30,984 crore to the exchequer in allocation of licences for the 2G spectrum.
Subramanian Swamy snubbed the verdict in the muti-crore scam, while saying that the government needs loyal officers not sycophants.
DMK leader Kanimozhi welcomed the court's judgement and said it was an answer to all the allegations made against her.
Special CBI judge OP Saini said that there was no concrete evidence submitted against accused A Raja and DMK MP Kanimozhi.
New Delhi, Dec 21 (PTI) The "massive propaganda" against the UPA on 2G spectrum was without any foundation, former prime minister Manmohan Singh said...