The former Telecom Secretary, D. S. Mathur, deposing before the special court hearing the 2G spectrum scam case, on Tuesday said he did not find four letters, exchanged between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the then Telecom Minister, A. Raja, being processed in the Department of Telecommunications files.

Mr. Mathur was shown two letters written by Mr. Raja and Dr. Singh's reply, all dated November 2, 2007.

“I have been shown a letter dated November 2, 2007, received from the Prime Minister and addressed to A. Raja…I have not seen this letter being processed in any file of the DoT,” he said.

“I have been shown two letters, both dated November 2, 2007, written by A. Raja to the Prime Minister.”

“I have not seen these letters [too] having been processed in any DoT file.”


On being quizzed about another later dated December 26, 2007, written by Mr. Raja to the Prime Minister, Mr. Mathur, who retired on December 31, 2007, said this was also not processed in any DoT file.

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