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Congress Salam Center in Supreme Court plea on 2G spectrum said hypocrisy – Amar Ojla Live Hindi News

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Jairam Ramesh
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On Saturday, the Congress launched a sharp attack on the central government and claimed that there is no limit to the government’s hypocrisy. The Congress said that the Narendra Modi government termed the 2G spectrum allocation during the UPA government as a scam and now the same BJP government is going to the Supreme Court demanding spectrum allocation without auction. In fact, the central government filed a petition with the Supreme Court to amend the Supreme Court’s decision in 2012 on the allocation of 2G spectrum.

Jairam Ramesh attacks the BJP government

Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh attacked the BJP government and said that ‘there is no limit to the hypocrisy of the Modi government and the corrupt Janata Party. During the tenure of the Manmohan Singh government, these people used to say that the 2G spectrum allocation was a scam. Now they are demanding in the Supreme Court to give spectrum without auction. Of course, this ‘modern government’ is already giving public resources to the Prime Minister’s capitalist friends. In this framework, airports and coal mines were given to the company in a fake auction. Even the satellite spectrum was given in return for election donations worth Rs 150 crore. In all, he gave public resources worth 4 lakh crore to industrial donors.

Notice of investigation if a government is formed

Jairam Ramesh said that ‘on June 4 the voters will respond to this organized loot. After coming to power, India’s bloc government will form a joint parliamentary committee to probe the Adani mega scam and probe corruption. The Lok Sabha election results will be announced on June 4. It is noteworthy that on February 2, 2012, the Supreme Court canceled the 2G spectrum license granted in January 2008 during the tenure of the UPA government. Also, the Supreme Court ordered that spectrum be allocated only through a tender. Now, on behalf of the central government, Attorney General R. Venkataramani has filed an interim application to the Supreme Court demanding to change the order from 2012. The central government has demanded an early hearing on the petition. However, sources connected to the government said that the government did not demand changes in the order but sought to clarify the order.

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