The BJP has accused Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah of de-notifying a 2.39 acre of land near Lalbagh in the heart of the city, meant for a park and public amenities, in favour of a private real estate developer.
With the special CBI court acquitting all persons in the 2G case, the big question is about the fate of the 122 licences granted to companies and the allocation of 2G spectrum which was quashed by the Supreme Court in 2012.
An elected representative must be at the helm of affairs of a government department, the special CBI court observed while acquitting all persons in the 2G case.
The Central Bureau of Investigation which was pulled up the court in the 2G verdict has said that it has a strong case on hand to file an appeal.
In page 1,549 of the order the Special CBI court judge said, ” a huge scam was seen by everyone where there was none.”
The special CBI court has acquitted all the accused in the 2G scam case. The court which has written a detailed order however read out only the operative portion of the verdict today. Loading ad
All persons have ben acquitted in the 2G scam case. The verdict was pronounced by O P Saini who said in his order that the prosecution has failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt the charges against the accused.
The loss in the 2G spectrum scam was Rs 30,000 crore as per the findings of the CBI. The CAG had initially pegged the loss at Rs 1.76 lakh crore and the government of the day was stating a zero loss figure in a bid to counter the CAG.
The Supreme Court on Friday allowed an appeal filed by the Tamil Nadu government which had questioned the discharge of Selvi, daughter of M Karunanidhi in a case of alleged land grabbing.
There were three chapters of dishonesty that was unveiled by the prosecution which is seeking the extradition of former liquor baron Vijay Mallya.