Lashing out at the media, Raja blamed the media and asked them to either report truthfully or leave the court. Raja accused the media for "putting words" in his mouth.
"I am not getting bail as there is pressure from other courts," said Raja.
Raja also named the former attorney general Vahanavati during the trail.
The frustrated former telecom minister further called the CAG report "worthless" and his judicial custody "illegal detention".
Raja in the court again dragged in the name of the Prime Minster on Day 2 that the PM should have referred to the Group of Ministers (GoM) if he wanted to.
Meanwhile, the ex-telecom minister softened his stand on the allegations he had charged against the Prime Minister after he revealed on day one of trial that the PM and the then Finance Minister P Chidambaram were present during the spectrum auction.
I did not seek to implicate the Prime Minister and the then Finance Minister in 2G case," he said.
"Finance Min P Chidambaram approved the sale of spectrum stake by Unitech & DB Realty in the presence of the PM. Let the Prime Minister deny it," Raja had said igniting the controversy.