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CBI backs the Government

Responding to the petition filled by the advocate Prashanth Bhusan through Center for Public Interest Litigation (PIL) CBI Friday filled a statement in the Supreme Court, backed the government in not cancelling the LOIs (Letter of Intents) which were issued by Department of Telecom on January 10, 2008.

The CBI note said, “The issue of LoI is dealt with in the charge sheet [filed in the special court].The charge sheet discloses that LoIs were issued only on the bank draft being produced by each one of the allottees to the DoT at short notice. The LoIs identified the circles for which 2G services were to the rolled out by the allottees pursuant to the LoIs and they also provided that the licenses would follow once certain conditions were fulfilled. That being so, the statement that no rights were created for the allottees on January 10, 2008 is legally unsound.”



Sat 15 Oct, 2011,2:06:07 PM

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