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Telecom spectrum allocation: ‘Scam worth Rs 18k cr involved

In the backdrop of the row over spectrum allocation to mobile companies, Samajwadi Party alleged that a scam worth Rs 18,000 crore was involved in it.

SP general secretary Amar Singh said that ‘many national and multinational telecom companies are using more than their share of spectrum allocated to them by TRAI and are violating its norms and a scam of Rs 18,000 crore is going on’.

Singh who was talking to reporters after meeting the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi said, "national and multinational telecom companies like Vodafone, Airtel and Idea are violating TRAI norms."

The SP leader has been raising the issue of ‘misuse’ of spectrum allocation since quite sometime and he had also written to the PM on it earlier in 2008. The issue was also discussed during the first meeting of the Congress-SP coordination committee held in August, 2008.

Telecommunication Minister A Raja had offered to resign if his decision to allocate 2G spectrum to mobile companies on first come first served basis was proved wrong.

The SP leader who met the PM to discuss economic issues, said that he also discussed the issue of fuel price hike with the PM, who gave him a patient hearing.

"If Petroleum Minister Murli Deora does not roll back petrol price hike, then he may have to face the music from the common man," .

Source: Indian Express


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