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2G scam: CBI to lodge FIR against Maran soon

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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today told the Supreme Court that it has got evidence against DMK MP in 2G spectrum scam and will file an FIR against him within a couple of days for various offences including showing "undue favour" shown to Aircel.

The agency also said investigation against was still on and it will take another two weeks to complete it.

CBI, which filed a fresh status report in a sealed cover about the progress of the investigation, said the preliminary inquiry on the alleged involvement of Maran in has been completed and letters rogatory (LR) have been dispatched to Mauritius.

"The preliminary inquiry with regard to Maran has been concluded and FIR has to be registered against everyone. A few more days needed for the FIR and can be lodged by month-end," senior advocate KK Venugopal, appearing for CBI, told a bench of justices GS Singhvi and AK Ganguly.

2G scam: CBI to lodge FIR against Maran soon

CBI today told the Supreme Court that it has got evidence against DMK MP Dayanidhi Maran in 2G spectrum scam and will file an FIR against him within a couple of days for various offences including showing "undue favour" shown to Aircel.

today told the Supreme Court that it has got evidence against DMK MP in 2G spectrum scam and will file an FIR against him within a couple of days for various offences including showing "undue favour" shown to Aircel.

The agency also said investigation against was still on and it will take another two weeks to complete it.

CBI, which filed a fresh status report in a sealed cover about the progress of the investigation, said the preliminary inquiry on the alleged involvement of Maran in has been completed and letters rogatory (LR) have been dispatched to Mauritius.

"The preliminary inquiry with regard to Maran has been concluded and FIR has to be registered against everyone. A few more days needed for the FIR and can be lodged by month-end," senior advocate KK Venugopal, appearing for CBI, told a bench of justices GS Singhvi and AK Ganguly.

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