2G: Supreme Court issues notice on review petitionApril 13th, 2012 - 6:16 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, April 13 (IANS) The Supreme Court Friday issued notice on the government’s plea seeking a review of its verdict cancelling 122 2G licenses and holding that an auction was the only route for disposing of natural resources.
The apex court, by its Feb 2 verdict, had also held that the policy of allocating 2G licenses on a first-come-first-served basis was flawed.
An apex court bench of Justice G. S. Singhvi and Justice K.S. Radhakrishnan issued notice when it took up government petition seeking review of the 2G verdict in the open court.
When Additional Solicitor General Indra Jaisingh wanted to know the scope of applicabilty of 2G verdict, the court said that these were just apprehensions.
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