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Additional spectrum case: Two firms raise jurisdiction issue

Accused firms Hutchison Max (P) Ltd and Sterling Cellular Ltd filed separate applications questioning the special court’s jurisdiction to deal with the case.

2g spectrum, 2g spectrum news, 2g spectrum case, 2g, cbi, Hutchison Max, Sterling Cellular, Sterling Cellular 2g spectrum, Hutchison Max 2g spectrum, business news The 2G cases are entirely based on unified access service licences (UASL) but this case relates to additional spectrum.

 

Two telecom firms, chargesheeted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in additional spectrum allocation case of 2002, raised the issue of jurisdiction before a special court saying the case was not related to the 2G spectrum scam and it should be heard by another court.

Accused firms Hutchison Max (P) Ltd and Sterling Cellular Ltd filed separate applications questioning the special court’s jurisdiction to deal with the case — stating that their case was different from that of the other 2G scam cases.

“There is a distinction between the nature of prosecution in the 2G spectrum cases and this case. Here the issue is different. The 2G cases are entirely based on unified access service licences (UASL) but this case relates to additional spectrum. The two issues are different altogether,” senior advocate Sidharth Luthra told Special CBI Judge OP Saini.

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First published on: 06-06-2015 at 01:30:48 am
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