CAG REPORT ON 2G SPECTRUM PDF

Exactly ten years back, when the murmurs of wrongdoings were first heard in the corridors of powers in Delhi, the opposition demanded an investigation. Politically however, irregularities in the allocation of Second Generation spectrum licenses for mobile communication and limited data transmission was too complex a subject for public comprehension or popular political lexicon. Only when the Comptroller and Auditor General of India in a report quantified and pegged the scam loss to Rs. The case was investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation which filed an 80, page chargesheet before the trial court.

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Exactly ten years back, when the murmurs of wrongdoings were first heard in the corridors of powers in Delhi, the opposition demanded an investigation. Politically however, irregularities in the allocation of Second Generation spectrum licenses for mobile communication and limited data transmission was too complex a subject for public comprehension or popular political lexicon. Only when the Comptroller and Auditor General of India in a report quantified and pegged the scam loss to Rs. The case was investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation which filed an 80, page chargesheet before the trial court.

On 16th November , the Comptroller and Auditor General of India CAG , the supreme auditing body of the country came out with its report on the issuance of licenses and allocation of 2G spectrum by the Department of Telecom.

CAG, then headed by Vinod Rai, revealed 2G licenses had been issued to telecom operators at throwaway prices causing a loss of Rs 1. Moreover, licenses had been issued to ineligible applicants who had deliberately suppressed facts, disclosed incomplete information, submitted fictitious documents and used fraudulent means for getting licenses and thereby access to spectrum.

The premium earned by these new entrants to the telecom sector was estimated to be the true value of the spectrum. In a free and fair bidding process, these profits should have accrued to the public exchequer. The cut-off date of the auction was advanced by the ministry. Officials at the ministry allegedly shut counters to physically block selected telecom companies from entering the fray.

Raja Political career: Four-time MP from DMK , former Union Minister, dalit face of the party Charges: Criminal breach of trust by a public servant section , criminal conspiracy Section B , cheating Section and forgery Sections and ; booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act for accepting illegal gratification.

Status: Arrested and on bail M. Charges: Criminal conspiracy to cause criminal breach of trust by a public servant, criminal conspiracy Section B , cheating Section and forgery Sections and ; booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act[28].

Status: Arrested and on bail The face of the scam was the then telecom minister A Raja. He is alleged to have bent the rules of auction to benefit a few and selective telecom players only. What was in it for him? The 2G Scam was one of the biggest scams in India. The scam remained front-page news in the national and local dailies for months on end, not just for the waves it created in political and corporate circles but also for its sheer magnitude.

The chargesheet was brought to the special CBI court in Delhi in seven trunks. It was brought to the special CBI court in Delhi in seven trunks. This was the first time when an AG appeared as a witness in a criminal case.

Yadav will now face multiple trials for each case. Rs crore, the Satyam scam The company misrepresented its accounts both to its board, stock exchanges, regulators, investors and all other stakeholders. Apart from the former Prime Minister, a former Chief Minister, an MP, and two former Coal Secretaries are among those named as accused in the alleged coal blocks scam.

PM writes to Raja to ensure fair licence allocation and proper revision of fee. Raja writes to PM allegedly rejecting many of his recommendations. Finance Ministry writes to DoT raising concerns over the procedure adopted. CAG submits report on 2G spectrum to government stating loss of Rs 1.

Raja sent to Tihar Jail under judicial custody. Balwa too jailed. The Delhi High Court sets up special court to deal exclusively with 2G cases. CBI files its first charge sheet. Names Raja, Chandolia and Behura.

Trial begins The trial for 2G scam begins. CBI files third charge sheet. Directs auctioning of licences in 4 months. Kalaignar TV got Rs.

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CAG's report on 2G spectrum fool proof and best: Vinod Rai

The scam came to light almost seven years ago when the Comptroller and Auditor General or CAG in a report held then Telecom Minister A Raja responsible for causing the state exchequer a loss of Rs 1,76, crore by allocating 2G spectrum licenses at throwaway prices. But, today the court found that the prosecution failed to prove the charges. The charge sheet of the instant case is based mainly on misreading, selective reading, non reading and out of context reading of the official record, Special Judge OP Saini said in his verdict. The charge sheet is based on some oral statements made by the witnesses during investigation, which the witnesses have not owned up in the witness box, Special Judge added.

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With changes in the sector, cellular mobile services outgrew the fixed line services. The most important change was the shift to a revenue sharing regime in National Telecom Policy NTP where the operators shared their revenue with the Government in the form of annual licence fee and spectrum charges. This sector has witnessed dynamic and rapid transition. A further review of the "Revenue Management in the Department of Telecommunications" was also undertaken by this office in This review mainly focused on the system of collection and accounting of licence fee and spectrum charges from the licensees. The Report based on this review was presented to Parliament in May

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