In the next election whichever political party gets elected even then the worst condition of Bharat and Hindus will not change. To bring the change we have to continue our efforts for the establishment of Hindu Rashtra. - Dr. Athavle...When Governments consistently fail, it is Hindus who must get ready !...H.H.Dr. Jayant Athavale(Sanatan Sanstha)....There is no counter terror strategy except the one I have given in the DNA article...Dr. Swamy....Hindu vote must consolidate with those others who accept Hindu ancestry for a virat Hindustani sarkar...Dr.Swamy

Dr. Subramanian Swamy in support of Sant Shri Asaram Bapu

2G Scam: CBI prosecutor cheats, Subramanian Swamy likes it

12 February : 
New Delhi : Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday welcomed the latest disclosure in the 2G spectrum case that reveals that the CBI suspects its own prosecutor of aiding the accused, and said that it has given a huge boost to the prosecution case itself instead of the opposite. 

"I think what has happened is that it has given a huge boost to the prosecution case itself instead of the opposite because this was happening, there was internal sabotage we knew that. And in Chidambaram case, I could see it blatantly that there was sabotage from the CBI," said Swamy. 

"And now, we have information that it is the CBI, which conducted the sting operation. So, there is hope that the honest elements in the CBI will now dominate and we will proceed and get to the root of the matter. And I think this corruption case goes all the way to the top and one by one we will now proceed further," he added. 

A Parliament panel will today examine the CBI's allegation that its lawyer in the 2G case was colluding with a representative of one of the companies accused of criminal conspiracy and cheating to land an out-of-turn mobile network license in 2008 from then Telecom Minister A. Raja.

The CBI has confirmed that it has removed its prosecutor, AK Singh, based on audiotapes that purportedly reveal him advising Unitech Managing Director Sanjay Chandra on his legal strategy. 

Chandra along with Raja and 12 others have been charged with conspiracy, forgery and cheating in the 2G case. 

Raja is accused of tinkering with procedure and policy to help Unitech and other companies to get the 2G licences. They are also charged with benefiting Unitech to make windfall gains by selling stakes at a premium to Telenor. 

The trial is currently in the court of O.P. Saini in Delhi's Patiala House. The case is being tried by a special CBI court in Delhi and the Supreme Court is monitoring the CBI's investigations. 

Former Telecom Minister Raja was forced to resign from the Union Cabinet after a report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) faulted him for undervaluing spectrum to favour companies who were largely ineligible for 2G spectrum, and added that the government had probably lost Rs.1.76 lakh crore in estimated revenue. 


Source : Zee News


  1. narendra modi as next PM
    subramanian swamy as next home minister

  2. If the decision in the 2G case was jointly taken by the then FM and Telcom Minister Raja, as Mr. Swamy says the former is as much liable as the latter. It is surprising that the Supreme Court had let off the former FM as if he was not aware of anything!. Going by this yardstick, all the cases made by the CBI under 13 (1)(d) of P.C.Act 1988 need to be thrown out as, the very premise on which these cases are built up is the abuse of official position to favour a private party with consequent loss to the exchequer. Indeed, the CBI as a practice indicts and prosecutes bank officials who are even second signatories to the cheques issued to the private parties, where the second signatory, in a practical sense is only completing a formality. I am sure Mr.Swamy is aware of this and he is going to rake up this issue and persuade the supreme court to call upon the CBI to say if this is incorrect. As this contention is completely a fact, it stands to reason that in the 2G case too the former FM is far more liable than a mere second signatory in a bank!


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