Court holds Swamy's complaint against Raja 'maintainable'
Subramanian Swamy is trying hard to expose the corruption in the government and in 2G spectrum allocation scam he complaint to the court and asked for permission for fighting the issue of corruption involving the then Telecommunication minister A Raja. The court has expressed its views after going through the bunch of annexure and supporting documents submitted before the court by Swamy saying Swamy’s contention is maintainable on condition that he has to depose before the court. The special judge of CBI Court Pradeep Chaddhah said that Swamy has to be present in the court and seek appointment as a deemed public prosecutor after which the court will decide on the matter finally. Chaddah also opined that Swamy cannot play the dual role of complainant and the prosecutor simultaneously, on which Swamy responded seeing the play the dual role in the case. Swamy said that he would first testify as a complainant and then would assist the court in the prosecution of the accused in the massive scam. On the question of summoning the accused and other witnesses, the court needs separate applications that could be filed in the later stage, said the judge.
Subramanian Swamy is the Janata Party chief from Southern State Chennai and was a visiting professor in Harvard. He is the crusader continuously expressing his views on many issues relating to corruption in the congress party and its allies partners. On immense pressure created by the opposition after the CAG report said the government lost about 1.73 lakh crores of rupees due to whimsical allocation of 2G spectrum by the Telecom Minister A Raja, the government had to remove him from the Telecom Ministry.