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‘Manmohan Singh Is Not Corrupt, But He Is Definitely Guilty’
The Prime Minister’s former media advisor Harish Khare in the Hindu: Guilty on many counts, not corrupt:
Manmohan Singh, and Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, are guilty of making a virtue of seeking reconciliation to the extent of avoiding confrontation; a luxury, statecraft does not permit a prime minister. Not being a politician or a lawyer or a policeman or a revenue officer or a businessman, Manmohan Singh happily assumes attributes of reasonableness, fair play and decency in everyone else. That is precisely his fault — and his undoing…
Manmohan Singh is guilty of making the grievously erroneous assessment that Mob Anna was just a bunch of well-meaning civil society busybodies; he is guilty of not seeing through their incurable political agenda. And, he is definitely guilty of underestimating Mob Anna’s cunning ability to manipulate the media’s… Continue reading
PTI | NEW DELHI | JUN 11, 2012
BJP today rubbished former Telecom Minister and 2G scam accused A Raja’s contention that there was no loss in the allocation of spectrum, saying there is enough evidence to show misuse of power and favouritism in the deal.
“We have repeatedly said, whether Raja is saying it today or Sibal has said it earlier, that CAG report has given us various explanations why there was a loss. This issue is with the PAC and the JPC is also looking into it,” BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said.
She maintained that there was a clearly “misuse of political power and nepotism and favouritism has played a hand”.
Refusing to delve further into the issue, Sitharaman said, “This matter is sub-judice. Without a loss, this matter would not have come this far. There has definitely been a loss.”
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Last Updated: Monday, June 11, 2012, 22:28
New Delhi: Former Telecom Minister A Raja, who spent over 15 months in Tihar jail for his alleged role in the 2G spectrum case, has suggested to the Delhi government to allow Tihar inmates use the telephone facility to consult their lawyers.
Sources in the Delhi government said Raja’s written request, which is being considered, was sent to them before he was released from the jail on May 15.
At present, prison inmates are allowed to talk to their friends and relatives.
However, they are barred from talking to their counsels and discuss the issues related to their case over the telephone.
The inmates can discuss their case with their counsels only when they meet them inside the jail premises. This becomes a constraint for inmates whose lawyers did not turn up at times, they said.
Eighteen telephone booths… Continue reading
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NEW DELHI, JUNE 11:
The Government may allow incumbent players to bid for only one slot of 1.25 Mhz spectrum in the upcoming 2G auction. There will be no such cap on new players taking part in the auction.
According to the auction plan being finalised, there will be at least 8 slots of 1.25 Mhz each up for grab. Even if four of the top incumbent players grab a slot each, there will be four more slots available for new players.
This opens up the door a wee bit for new operators as they will be permitted to buy a minimum of two slots each, according to the decision taken by the Empowered Group of Ministers at its meeting on June 5. In addition, the new entrants can buy one more slot.
Top Government officials said that the auction rules were being made keeping in mind… Continue reading
The case was nothing but sensationalised by the media and also political parties, Raja, the dalit face of the DMK, alleged at a meeting here.
En route to his parliamentary constituency of Nilgiris, his first since his arrest in February last year, Raja said this was totally unjustifiable.
Claiming that in 2009 the CVC in its findings had put the estimated loss in allocation of 2G spectrum at Rs 22,000 crore, which was “increased” to Rs 1.76 lakh crore by CAG, he said, the investigating agency CBI had brought down the amount to Rs 35,000 crore.
The media was chasing him from “to get… Continue reading
Former Telecom Minister A Raja, who is prime accused in the 2G scam, on Sunday lashed out at certain political parties and the media for ‘blowing out of proportion the false charges’ against him on the spectrum issue.
The case was nothing but sensationalised by the media and also political parties, Raja, the dalit face of the DMK, alleged at a meeting here. En route to his parliamentary constituency of Nilgiris, his first since his arrest in February last year, Raja said this was totally unjustifiable.
Claiming that in 2009 the CVC in its findings had put the estimated loss in allocation of 2G spectrum at Rs. 22,000 crore, which was ‘increased’ to Rs. 1.76 lakh crore by CAG, he said, the investigating agency CBI had brought down the amount to Rs. 35,000 crore.
The media was chasing him from “to… Continue reading
“There is no basis for the charges framed against me in the (2G) case”, said Nilgiris MP and former Communication Minister A. Raja on Sunday. He was responding to a rousing reception given by the DMK workers here.
Stating that he would prove his innocence in the case and appear before the people of the constituency, Mr. Raja said he will not dwell on matters which are sub-judice. However, certain facts have to be placed before the people.
When the case opened in 2009 the alleged loss estimated by the Central Vigilance Commission was Rs. 22,000 crores. Subsequently the CAG had estimated the presumptive loss to be Rs. 1.76 lakh crores. Later the CBI charge sheet had scaled the figure down to Rs. 33,000 crores.
Regrettably, a section of the media which was harping on the CAG report is continuing to do so, he… Continue reading
The media was… Continue reading
Raja arrives in Chennai to rousing reception
Former Union Communications Minister A. Raja, who is facing trial in the 2G spectrum allocation case in New Delhi, arrived to a rousing reception by the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) at the airport here on Friday evening.
Mr. Raja, who obtained court permission to be in Tamil Nadu up to June 30, arrived in Chennai after a year and four months. He was arrested in New Delhi on February 2, 2011. He was given conditional bail on May 15 this year.
DMK cadre reached the airport in large numbers in vans, cars and buses, with the police video-graphing every vehicle that brought them.
Many among the hundreds of DMK workers who thronged the airport were seen carrying banners and placards. Some were seen wearing vests and T-shirts hailing Mr. Raja as ‘Tiharai vendra theerane’ (braveheart who conquered Tihar) and ‘Tamizhinathin maravane’… Continue reading