New Delhi: Unitech Ltd MD Sanjay Chandra, an accused in 2G spectrum allocation scam case, on Friday moved the Delhi High Court seeking quashing of the charges framed against him saying the order by the trial court was passed in a 'casual and perfunctory manner'.
He said the order was passed without application of judicial mind as there was no evidence to show that he had conspired with any public servant for wrongful financial gain.
"The impugned order has been passed in a casual and perfunctory manner and without due application of judicial mind," he said, adding "there was no evidence to show that the petitioner (Chandra) had in any manner conspired with any public servant to cause wrongful gain to himself or wrongful loss to the government of India."
In a 37-page petition, he said there was no evidence that he or his company had paid any bribe for securing the Unified Access Services Licences (UASL) and this distinguishes his case from the remaining accused persons....more
09:01 PM, Jan 06, 2012