Joshi circulated the report to the PAC members with a forwarding letter that he was sending them the draft report again after consulting legal experts, rules of procedures and "past precedents".
A member of the PAC said the report has 575 pages with 276 pages of documents the PAC had received from government on 2G spectrum allocation.
"There are much more annexures than the previous report...some paragraphs have been deleted. But the essence is the same," the member said.
On June 28, Joshi had made a similar attempt to place the report before the new PAC but his effort was thwarted by its UPA members, following which it was decided that constitutional experts would be consulted on whether the report, recently returned by Speaker Meira Kumar, can be considered by it.
In his letter to the members, Joshi said he has consulted the experts, looked into precedents and referred to rule books and he believes the draft report is the "unfinished agenda of the previous PAC".