Trouble for Chidambaram as court accepts Swamy's evidence

Subramaniam Chidambram
New Delhi, Jan 7: Janata Party supremo Subramanian Swamy on Saturday, Jan 7 submitted documentary evidence against P Chidambaram in a Delhi Court to have the present Home Minister as a prime accused in the 2G spectrum allocation scam.

Meanwhile, the court accepted Swamy's evidence and will conduct the hearing in the case on 21 Jan, 2012 to decide on summoning Chidambaram.

"This evidence reveals the connivance, collusion and consent of then Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the decisions taken by the then Minister of Communication and Information Technology (MOC&IT) A Raja in the matter of fixing the price of spectrum licence and in the matter of permitting two companies which received the licences namely Swan and Unitech in dilution of shares even before roll out of their services," Swamy said.

The Janta Party leader further claimed that the former finance minister had a major role in deciding 2G spectrum prices and entry fees. Earlier, on Dec 8, the court had allowed Swamy to proof his evidence in support of his private complaint seeking Chidambaram's prosecution in the 2G case.

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