Placing a confidential report in a sealed envelope before a bench headed by Justice GS Singhvi, the government said there were eight to ten agencies, including service providers, involved in the tapping of telephonic conversation of former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia.
The bench went through a few initial pages of the report which stated there was tampering with the conversations which were released by media.
The report says the starting and the end point of the conversation do not match with the original tapes, Justice Singhvi said referring to the report.
He said the report also says that officers, who had conducted the probe, do not know who has leaked it.
“It is quite possible that someone else has done it,” the bench said.