2G case: CBI may file third chargesheet today

2G Spectrum Scam
New Delhi, Dec 12: The CBI on Monday is likely to file the third chargesheet in the 2G spectrum scam. The agency has given the go-ahead to book corporate giants-the Ruias and khaitan on 2G scam, sources claimed. Loop is owned by the Khaitan family and Essar group is owned by Ruias.

When A Raja was the telecom minister, Essar Telecom used Loop to acquire more licenses and spectrum than what was legally allowed in 2008. Currently Raja is lodged in a jail and is being tried for charges that include criminal breach of trust.

However, India's biggest telecom companies includes Swan, Unitech Wireless and Reliance ADAG who all were arrested, got bail in the last few weeks.

The Law Ministry has said that neither Essar group nor Reliance ADAG used proxy firms to get spectrum license. But GE Vahanvati, attorney general's opinion form the basis of the CBI's case against Essar and Loop group.

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