Home Secretary GK Pillai on Saturday said neither has he heard or seen the tapes of conversations between corporate lobbyist Niira Radia and others nor has he
leaked them at the behest of Home Minister P Chidambaram.
After one of its spokesmen
attacked Ratan Tata, BJP on Thursday sought to distance itself from
the industrialist`s criticism of NDA government`s telecom
policy, saying it did not want to get embroiled in corporate
The Supreme Court on Wednesday wanted to know whether there was any substance in the reported statement of Union Home Secretary G K Pillai that what has come into public domain from the Niira Radia tape was a "tip of the iceberg".
The deadlock in Parliament is
expected to continue next week with the Government once again
rejecting the demand for a JPC into 2G spectrum scam alleging
that the Opposition was using the stalemate as a "political
The Enforcement Directorate has questioned former Telecom Minister A Raja`s close aide RK Chandolia in connection with the alleged 2G spectrum scam and indicated that more officials are under the scanner.