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Court to pass Thungon sentence on Monday

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NEW DELHI, Feb 25 - A Delhi Court today said it would pronounce on Monday the sentence against former Union Minister PK Thungon who was convicted in a graft case for his role in a scam relating to allotment of government shops here during 1993-94.

Special Judge Sanjeev Aggarwal, after hearing arguments on quantum of sentence, reserved the order for February 29.

The court had yesterday convicted Thungon, former Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, and acquitted two other accused � Lakhpa Tsering and Krishna � in the case. � PTI

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Court to pass Thungon sentence on Monday

NEW DELHI, Feb 25 - A Delhi Court today said it would pronounce on Monday the sentence against former Union Minister PK Thungon who was convicted in a graft case for his role in a scam relating to allotment of government shops here during 1993-94.

Special Judge Sanjeev Aggarwal, after hearing arguments on quantum of sentence, reserved the order for February 29.

The court had yesterday convicted Thungon, former Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, and acquitted two other accused � Lakhpa Tsering and Krishna � in the case. � PTI

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