"The questions are part of the recording of the statement of accused in the case."
New Delhi, May 8 - Swan Telecom promoter Shahid Usman Balwa was pulled up by the court e hearing the 2G spectrum allocation case Thursday for giving some replies, which were found to be objectionable.

Central Bureau of Investigation - Special Judge O. P. Saini taking account of Balwa reply, found that there were some errors in Balwa's statement.

Certain replies have been found to be quite objectionable and, as such, his - further statement has been deferred. Moreover, some errors, also escaped court attention while checking the same on court computer, as the replies were quite longish.

Statement of accused Shahid Usman Balwa recorded partly and thereafter, deferred, as some doubt has cropped up as to whether the questions are in the same format as were supplied to the accused and also as to the replies submitted by the accused in response to the questions in his pen drive, which has been submitted by him in the court and taken on the court computer, the court said.

Balwa is facing trial in the 2G allocation case, and was replying to over 1,700 questions running into 824 pages handed over to him March 27 by the court.

The questions are part of the recording of the statement of accused in the case.

Meanwhile DMK MP Kanimozhi and Kalaignar TV managing director Sharad Kumar, who are also accused in the case, recorded their statement.


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