The court also flayed Dharmender Pandey for not directly approaching the CBI despite claiming that he has sufficient evidence against Tata and Radia for their alleged role in the scam.
Pandey, a Sahibabad based scrap dealer, has filed an application in the court seeking further probe by CBI saying the agency should look into the role played by Radia in the grant of UAS licence to Tata Teleservice.
"You are not taking it seriously. When you are pursuing such a serious case, you should find time," Special CBI Judge O P Saini said when advocate S K Singh, appearing for Pandey, sought some more time to file documents in support of his claim before it.
The court also questioned why they have not approached CBI despite claiming that they have evidence against Radia and Tata.
"CBI says they do not have evidence against them (Radia and Tata). You are saying that you have evidence against them. Why did you not approach CBI first"? the court said.