The Sonia Gandhi Link to 2 G Spectrum Scam was pointed out by Subramanaian Swamy , when he sought the sanction from The Prime Minster
Manmohan Singh, to prosecute Sonia Gandhi.
Excerpts of the letter .
November 24, 2010.
Dear Prime Minister:
You may by now have realized that the 2G Spectrum scandal is not only bad for the country in the dimension of corruption, but now it emerges that there is a national security dimension too. The RAW, IB, CBI, ED all have enough material which they may have placed before you regarding the dubious aspects of the principal player in this scam.
According to my information two sisters, Anushka and Nadia, of Ms. Sonia Gandhi had received sixty percent of the kickbacks in this deal i.e. Rs.18,000 crores each. The frequent travel of Sonia Gandhi and her immediate family to Malaysia, Hong Kong, Dubai and parts of Europe including London requires to be probed under the law. What requires your special attention is the mode of the travel, not by commercial airliners, but by jets provided by the corporate sector which itself is illegal under the DGCA Rules. I find that often Ms. Sonia Gandhi and family have traveled to Dubai and then traveled onwards on private jets provided by dubious Arab business interests to Europe. It is not clear on what passport they have traveled. In Dubai they were felicitated by agencies of countries which are hostile to India including that of Pakistan.”
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The British Revenue Intelligence Authority alerted the Indian Income Tax Authority that an Indian businessman was transferring huge amount of money from Dubai to London ,couple of moths ago.
The Income Tax authorities tapped his telephone.
A raid was on after over two months of call recordings.
In the 520 hours of call recordings, names of four cabinet ministers, a political leader allegedly very close to 10 Janpath and many big corporates linked to 2G scam have surfaced, as per sources.
The 520 hours phone recordings in digital format is stored in DGIT office at Jhandewalan.
According to the source, a former CBI director had rented out his house (C-134, Defence Colony), registered in his mother’s name to Moin Qureshi, a Hawala Dealer for office space. The bribe money, which the former CBI director received from a corporate named in 2G case, is allegedly routed by Qureshi via Dubai-London route.
The IT department has also searched two other offices in Defence Colony D-318 and D-268. D-318 which are being operated as the office of a famous school’s Old Boys’ Association.l in Uttakhand- Qureshi is the President.
Cabinet minister RPN Singh is the Vice President of the association.
The IT authority is certain that the businessman allegedly holds assets on behalf of powerful government officials. The prime accused in this case is former CBI director whose name has come under scrutiny. The seized documents show Qureshi was allegedly working as a middleman on behalf of this CBI director and in many sensitive cases the accused have paid huge bribes, which were traced to Dubai bank accounts. A number of seized lockers have been opened and the contents show Qureshi had a cosy relationship with the former CBI director and a powerful political secretary in town. Interestingly, this former CBI director was handling sensitive cases related to the 2G scam, the coal scam and other headline-grabbing cases where allegations were raised that the investigations never reached logical end.
From the seized documents and Qureshi’s telephonic conversations it is evident that he was in touch with several powerful businessmen who were facing various kinds of CBI investigations. He was playing the role of a middleman in settling these cases in exchange of huge monetary benefits.
IT sleuths suspect that businessmen have paid huge bribes which were transferred through hawala channel. The former CBI director’s daughter is based out of Paris and runs a jewellery shop.
“The 60-day long raid and survey by the IT department on alleged Hawala operator and meat exporter Moin Qureshi ended Tuesday exposing links with cabinet ministers and a political leader allegedly very close to 10 Janpath.
Since its first raid on February 16, 2014, the IT department has so far raided various locations at Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and a farmhouse at Chhatarpur belonging to Moin Qureshi.
According to sources, the department seized over Rs 6 crores in cash and 20 lockers in the name of Qureshi’s employees during its first raid. Later during interrogation, Qureshi is said to have admitted that lockers belonged to him which had huge cash deposit.
The raid followed after IT officials intercepted over two months of call recordings.
In the 520 hours of call recordings, names of four cabinet ministers, a political leader allegedly very close to 10 Janpath and many big corporates linked to 2G scam have surfaced, as per sources.”