2G Scam: CBI Removes Lawyer Over New Audio Tapes

By Gizbot Bureau

    The latest news with the 2G spectrum scam has reached a new turning point. CBI has removed their lawyer from the cases as he is suspected of making illegal conversations with the company representative who is accused of the crime. The case was out earlier by 2008 and former minister A Raja was accused of conspiracy on cheating over land for mobile network license.

    CBI has confirmed yesterday that their prosecutor AK Singh has been removed from the case as they received strong evidence against him through audio tapes. The voice on the audio tape has made it clear that he gave advice to Unitech's Managing Director, Sanjay Chandra on the legal sides.

    2G Scam: CBI Removes Lawyer Over New Audio Tapes


    However, Sanjay Chandra has denied the statement and conveyed that his voice might have fabricated and used in the audio tapes. He is strongly arguing that he has never met the CBI prosecutor out of the court.

    As per records from Government's auditor, about 1.76 lakh crore is involved in the 2G Spectrum case. The case has been prolonged for a long time on a special CBI court which is located in the National capital. The case is being reported to the Supreme Court which monitors it for further actions. The investigating agency officials reported that the audio tapes have undergone forensic examination. Their conclusion is like the audio tapes are just anonymous and have conveyed the same to the Supreme Court. Unitech is still mum to the overall happenings related to the audio tape issue.

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