Spectrum Allocation: Court Summons Ruia, Mittal

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Spectrum Allocation: Court Summons Ruia, Mittal


New Delhi, March 19 -- A special CBI court on Tuesday summoned Bharti Cellular Ltd CMD Sunil Bharti Mittal and one of the Essar Group promoters Ravi Ruia as accused in the alleged irregularities in additional spectrum allocation to Airtel and Vodafone in 2002 during the NDA regime.

The CBI had not named them as accused in its charge sheet. But special judge OP Saini said there was enough material on record to proceed against Mittal and Ruia, who were "prima-facie in control of the affairs of their respective companies".

Others summoned by the court were Asim Ghosh, the then managing director of accused firm Hutchison Max Telecom Pvt Ltd, former telecom secretary Shyamal Ghosh and three telecom firms - Bharti Cellular Ltd, Hutchison Max Telecom Pvt Ltd (now known as Vodafone India Ltd) and Sterling Cellular Ltd (now known as Vodafone Mobile Service Ltd).

All accused have to appear before the court on April 11.

In its charge sheet filed on December 21 last year, the CBI had booked only Shyamal Ghosh and the three telecom firms.

They had been booked for criminal conspiracy and corruption under Section 120-B of the IPC and certain provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act, which allegedly caused a loss of R846 crore to the exchequer.

But on Tuesday, Saini said: "I also find that at the relevant time, Sunil Bharti Mittal was chairman-cum-managing director of Bharti Cellular Ltd, Asim Ghosh was managing director of Hutchison Max Telecom Pvt Ltd and Ravi Ruia was a director in Sterling Cellular Ltd, who used to chair the meetings of its board. …

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