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Raja granted bail in 2G scam case

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, May 15 � A Raja, the main accused in the Rs 30,000 crore 2G scam who had desisted from applying from bail for over fifteen months, was today granted freedom by a Delhi court which dismissed CBI�s apprehensions that he will tamper with evidence, reports PTI.

The 49-year-old former telecom minister and currently MP, was granted bail by the special 2G court on an application filed by him last week, holding that his further detention would not serve any purpose as all the other 13 co-accused have already been out of jail. Considering the period of detention in the light of the progress of the case, the court said it was of the opinion that further detention of Raja would not serve any purpose.

MA Parameswari, Raja�s wife, who was in the court when the order was passed by Special CBI Judge OP Saini, was relieved as she told reporters later that the family is happy and will have a get together.

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Raja granted bail in 2G scam case

NEW DELHI, May 15 � A Raja, the main accused in the Rs 30,000 crore 2G scam who had desisted from applying from bail for over fifteen months, was today granted freedom by a Delhi court which dismissed CBI�s apprehensions that he will tamper with evidence, reports PTI.

The 49-year-old former telecom minister and currently MP, was granted bail by the special 2G court on an application filed by him last week, holding that his further detention would not serve any purpose as all the other 13 co-accused have already been out of jail. Considering the period of detention in the light of the progress of the case, the court said it was of the opinion that further detention of Raja would not serve any purpose.

MA Parameswari, Raja�s wife, who was in the court when the order was passed by Special CBI Judge OP Saini, was relieved as she told reporters later that the family is happy and will have a get together.

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