SC criticises ‘casual’ govt approach to 2G auction
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The Bench said that the government could consult the AG for his opinion while making it clear: "When the court is monitoring the case, the final opinion will be of this court."
The proceedings were concluded on Monday with Bhushan and Janata Party President Subramanian Swamy raising questions of propriety over some Cabinet ministers making objectionable remarks against the Supreme Court's verdict following the auction. The duo sought restraint on the ministers for passing remarks on the constitutional body and expressed surprise that some of the ministers expressed "happiness" while talking to the media that the government did not get enough money. The Bench however did not respond.
Bhushan also submitted a note containing reasons as to why the auction was not successful and accused the government of deliberately ensuring the same. The court is likely to delve on this on Monday.
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