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SC Judgement on Cancellation of 122 2G Licenses

SC Judgement on Cancellation of 122 2G Licenses

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The Supreme Court of India on Thursday cancelled 122 2G spectrum licenses controversially handed out by former Telecom Minister A Raja. Read the entire judgement.
The Supreme Court of India on Thursday cancelled 122 2G spectrum licenses controversially handed out by former Telecom Minister A Raja. Read the entire judgement.

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of a Group of Ministers, consisting of the Ministers of Defence, Home Affairs,

Finance, Parliamentary Affairs, Information and Broadcasting and C&IT, to

look into issues relating to vacation of spectrum. Deputy Chairman, Planning

Commission was special invitee. The Terms of Reference of the Group of

Ministers, among other things, included suggesting a Spectrum Pricing Policy

and examining the possibility of creation of a spectrum relocation fund. After

five days, the Minister C&IT wrote letter dated 28.2.2006 to the Prime Minister

that the Terms of Reference of the GoM were much wider than what was

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discussed in his meeting with the Prime Minister. He appears to have protested

that the Terms of Reference would impinge upon the work of his Ministry and

requested that the Terms of Reference be modified in accordance with the draft

enclosed with the letter. Interestingly, the Minister’s draft did not include the

important issue relating to Spectrum Pricing. Thereafter, vide letter 7.12.2006,

the Cabinet Secretary conveyed the Prime Minister’s approval to the

modification of the Terms of Reference. The revised Terms of Reference did

not include the issue relating to Spectrum Pricing.

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