2G Licence given to Pakistan Telecom Company as well!

via SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY's LETTER TO PM published on December 12, 2010
December 10, 2010.

Dr. Manmohan Singh,
Prime Minister of India,
South Block,
New Delhi.                                     

Re: Cancellation of all 2G Licences

Dear Prime Minister:     

This letter is in continuation of my earlier letters on the same subject.        

There is now much evidence within your Government itself that Etisalat DB, the new name for Swan Telecom, and one of the favoured few which got the UASL 2G licenses for 15 circles in 2008, is a company that is a partner with the Pakistan Government’s Telecom Company: the  PTCL (incidentally which is dominated by ISI, a pro-terrorist intelligence agency of the Pakistan army).

Etisalat is also connected to China’s PLA.

Etisalat DB’s Shahid Balwas is a close associate of Dawood Ibrahim (the underworld ‘Don’ and criminal who is a proclaimed offender). Balwas is also close associate of one of your Cabinet Ministers.
These data are available with your Home Ministry. The Home Ministry has also information that Etisalat DB has Telecom Surveillance Software that will enable it to track movements of anyone who takes a SIM card from it for its service.

This also is the position of Unitech Wireless which is another undeserving  licensee, and which has now sold its controlling shares  to Telenor which is also  operationally based in Pakistan.

Hence to safeguard our national integrity, you must use your residuary extraordinary power vested in you as PM, to cancel all the 2G licences awarded, and order an auction for Indian bidders.  The Supreme Court judgment in the Petrol Pump allotment matter also empowers the government. Therefore, Mr. Sibal’s 60 day notice to 2G Spectrum allottees is foolish in this background.
In this context, it is of concern that financial  sleaze operator, Ottavio Quattrocchi, who has a temporary respite from incarceration thanks the indulgence of yours and your predecessor NDA governments, has become again active in India’s business fixing, sometimes operating from Malaysia on behalf of a large East Asian nation, sometimes from Milan for European interests. He leverages his son’s presence in India and extraordinary access to the Gandhis (Sonia and Rahul). It is essential that he be declared an ‘undesirable alien’.  I believe the CBI maintains such a list of undesirable persons and circulates that list to bureaucrats to ensure that no one entertains any  persons on that list.
I also draw your attention to the baneful influence of one Ms. Farida Ataullah, a Pakistani with dubious connections (during the Benazir Bhutto tenure as PM she was her ‘bag person’), who has been a close friend of Ms. Sonia Gandhi for decades– so much so that she was Chief Guest of Honour at a select gathering at the wedding of Ms Gandhi’s daughter, Priyanka in the mid 1990s.  She lives in Dubai and co-ordinates all kinds of nefarious activities in and out of India.
Perhaps because of her influence, an important member of the core group of the Congress Party called the Mumbai and Maharashtra police officials to his  suite in Oberoi Hotel Mumbai after the 26/11 terrorist attack, and directed that  “Indian collaboration” in 26/11 should not be probed.

All these facts put together paint a grim picture of the national security scenario in the country.  Pakistan was defeated four times in open military warfare by us but because of corruption in high places today flowing from the well known “Gangotri”, Pakistan may succeed in undermining our national integrity through such well placed persons and effect a soft subversion of the Indian nation.
I write this letter to you place my concerns on record. As a public person who has been elected to Parliament five times and held Cabinet rank posts twice in the Union Government, I have a duty to inform you of these developments that I have been apprised of by my trusted friends in India and abroad. Please verify for yourself these facts and accordingly discharge the oath of office that you have sworn to uphold.

Yours sincerely,


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