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2G: CBI wants to bring more witnesses, papers

CBI on Tuesday said it wants to bring in 10 more witnesses, including the wife and kin of a key accused in 2G spectrum allocation scam case.



New Delhi: CBI on Tuesday said it wants to bring
in 10 more witnesses, including the wife and kin of a key
accused in 2G spectrum allocation scam case and 28 more
documents, including transcripts of corporate lobbyist Niira
Radia`s tele-talks with various people, to bolster its stand.

The additional witnesses for which CBI sought Special
CBI Judge O P Saini`s permission Aseela Vinod Goenka, the wife
of DB Realty Managing Director and one of the accused in the
2G scam Vinod Goenka, besides his brother Pramod Goenka and
nephew Yashwardhan Goenka.

Similarly, the various additional documents the agency
wants to rely on during the trial of the case include
transcripts of Radia`s tele talks with people like DMK MP
Kanimozhi, former Telecom Minister A Raja and his Personal
Secretary RK Chandolia.

The agency also sought to rely on an additional statement
of Radia recorded by it on May 12 after filing of the first
two charge sheets in the case.

The agency also sought the court`s permission to
submit a total of 28 additional documents and a list of 10
witnesses in support of its charge sheets filed on April 2 and
April 25, 2011.

The additional list of documents include bank
documents tracing huge fund transfers from Tiger Traders to
Swan Capital Pvt Ltd and minutes of board meetings of DB
Realty from January 2007 to February 2010.
PTI

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