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Asked for the answer, then the court said, put 15 thousand trees

New Delhi : The Delhi High Court has expressed displeasure at the hearing of the accused not filing the reply in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case. During the hearing on Thursday, the angry Delhi High Court, while pronouncing the sentence on delay, asked all the accused to put 15 thousand trees in the Ridge area of ​​South Delhi.Justice Najmi Vaziri gave a final opportunity to respond to Swan Telecom Pvt Ltd promoter Shahid Balwa, Director of Kusegaon Fruits and Vegetables Pvt Ltd Rajiv Agarwal and companies- Dynamic Reality, DB Reality Limited and Nihar Constructions Pvt. Ltd.. The High Court directed them to meet the concerned officer of the forest department on February 15 to plant trees in South Delhi area.It is worth noting that the lower court had given former Telecom Minister A to the money laundering case. Raja and DMK MP Kanimozhi, two persons and three companies were acquitted. The next hearing of this case will be on March 26. Here, let us know that in the case of those who have been sentenced by the court to the tree, the former telecom minister A Raja and DMK chief M. Karunanidhi's daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi are not included. Explain here that in the country's biggest 2G scam, a special CBI court has acquitted all the accused in December 2018. The judge had given his verdict in a line. Judge o P. Saini had said that the prosecution had failed to prove the case.What is the 2G spectrum scam?A CAG report in 2010, the spectrum allocated in 2008 was questioned. It was told that instead of spectrum auction it was divided on the basis of 'first come, first serve'. This resulted in a loss of Rs one lakh 76 thousand crore rupees to the government. It was mentioned in this regard that if the licenses are distributed on the basis of auction, then the amount goes to the treasury of the government. In December 2010, the Supreme Court had asked to consider the creation of a special court in the 2G spectrum scam case..