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Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
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The judgment acquitting all 17 accused in the 2G spectrum case by the special trial court in Delhi has surprised one and all, as it is seen at odds with the Supreme Court's 2012 judgment that annulled all 122- 2G licenses issued in 2008 on grounds of corruption. It should be noted that the Supreme Court in February 2012 canceled all 122 licenses (2G spectrum licenses) issued in 2008 by the then UPA government alleging the allocation was stage-managed to benefit few companies by changing the first-come-first-serve principle and fiddling with the application dates. More here

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