Delhi court fixes 31 July for further hearing of 2G spectrum allocation case:

2G Scam Dayalu Ammal Karunanidhi
A Delhi court today fixed July 31, 2013 for further hearing in the additional 2G spectrum allocation case in which Bharti Cellular CMD Sunil Mittal, Essar Group promoter Ravi Ruia and others have been summoned as accused. Special CBI Judge O P Saini deferred the proceedings after lawyers appearing for Mittal and Ruia informed the court that the matter is pending in the Supreme Court.

The counsel also submitted before the judge that the apex court in its interim order of April 26 had postponed the trial court proceedings till further orders and had also exempted Mittal and Ruia from personal appearance.

In the meantime , Mrs. Dayalu Ammal wife of DMK chief M Karunanidhi has moved the Supreme Court SC seeking exemption from deposing as a witness in 2G case.

Earlier, a Delhi court had dismissed two applications filed by 82-year-old Dayalu Ammal seeking exemption from personal appearance as a witness and to dispense with her presence in the case citing her ailing health condition.

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Delhi court fixes 31 July for further hearing of 2G spectrum allocation case:

2G Scam Dayalu Ammal Karunanidhi July 8th, 2013

2G Scam Dayalu Ammal Karunanidhi
A Delhi court today fixed July 31, 2013 for further hearing in the additional 2G spectrum allocation case in which Bharti Cellular CMD Sunil Mittal, Essar Group promoter Ravi Ruia and others have been summoned as accused. Special CBI Judge O P Saini deferred the proceedings after lawyers appearing for Mittal and Ruia informed the court that the matter is pending in the Supreme Court.

The counsel also submitted before the judge that the apex court in its interim order of April 26 had postponed the trial court proceedings till further orders and had also exempted Mittal and Ruia from personal appearance.

In the meantime , Mrs. Dayalu Ammal wife of DMK chief M Karunanidhi has moved the Supreme Court SC seeking exemption from deposing as a witness in 2G case.

Earlier, a Delhi court had dismissed two applications filed by 82-year-old Dayalu Ammal seeking exemption from personal appearance as a witness and to dispense with her presence in the case citing her ailing health condition.

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