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Dayanidhi Maran told telecom promoter to sell stakes, CBI tells court

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The informed a on Tuesday that former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran had put pressure on a Chennai-based telecom promoter C. Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in Aircel and two subsidiary firms to a Malaysian firm in 2006.

The also claimed before Special Judge O.P. Saini that Maran had forced Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in these three companies to Maxis Communications Berhad, which is also an accused in the case.

The was hearing arguments on framing of charges against accused Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi Maran and other accused in the Aircel-Maxis case.

The filed a chargesheet against the Maran brothers, Ralph Marshall, T. Ananda Krishnan, M/s Sun Direct TV (P) Ltd, M/s Astro All Asia Networks Plc of UK, M/s Maxis Communications Berhad, and M/s South Asia Entertainment Holdings Ltd of Malaysia, and then Additional Secretary (Telecommunications) late J.S. Sarma.

The chargesheet was filed under Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and other relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act.

--IANS

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The CBI informed a Delhi court on Tuesday that former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran had put pressure on a Chennai-based telecom promoter C. Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in Aircel and two subsidiary firms to a Malaysian firm in 2006.

The informed a on Tuesday that former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran had put pressure on a Chennai-based telecom promoter C. Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in Aircel and two subsidiary firms to a Malaysian firm in 2006.

The also claimed before Special Judge O.P. Saini that Maran had forced Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in these three companies to Maxis Communications Berhad, which is also an accused in the case.

The was hearing arguments on framing of charges against accused Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi Maran and other accused in the Aircel-Maxis case.

The filed a chargesheet against the Maran brothers, Ralph Marshall, T. Ananda Krishnan, M/s Sun Direct TV (P) Ltd, M/s Astro All Asia Networks Plc of UK, M/s Maxis Communications Berhad, and M/s South Asia Entertainment Holdings Ltd of Malaysia, and then Additional Secretary (Telecommunications) late J.S. Sarma.

The chargesheet was filed under Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and other relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act.

--IANS

gt/nir/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Dayanidhi Maran told telecom promoter to sell stakes, CBI tells court

The informed a on Tuesday that former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran had put pressure on a Chennai-based telecom promoter C. Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in Aircel and two subsidiary firms to a Malaysian firm in 2006.

The also claimed before Special Judge O.P. Saini that Maran had forced Sivasankaran to sell his stakes in these three companies to Maxis Communications Berhad, which is also an accused in the case.

The was hearing arguments on framing of charges against accused Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi Maran and other accused in the Aircel-Maxis case.

The filed a chargesheet against the Maran brothers, Ralph Marshall, T. Ananda Krishnan, M/s Sun Direct TV (P) Ltd, M/s Astro All Asia Networks Plc of UK, M/s Maxis Communications Berhad, and M/s South Asia Entertainment Holdings Ltd of Malaysia, and then Additional Secretary (Telecommunications) late J.S. Sarma.

The chargesheet was filed under Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and other relevant provisions of the Prevention of Corruption Act.

--IANS

gt/nir/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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