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The CBI officials, probing alleged violations regarding spectrum allocation between 2001 and 2007, are likely to record the statements of officials of the Malaysia-based Maxis group by the end of this month over the alleged Aricel-Maxis deal. If required, the agency officials may record the statements of Maxis officials, based in Malaysia, through video-conferencing, sources said.
The agency, which has already initiated its investigation into the preliminary enquiry (PE) registered to probe criminal aspects, if any, in the allotment of spectrum licences since 2001, recently recorded the statement of a senior employee of a private bank over Aircel-Maxis deal, which had taken place during former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran.
“Now, officials of the probe agency are preparing to record the statements of Maxis employees by the end of this month. The CBI officials are in touch with Maxis officials. If required their statements may be recorded through video-conferencing”.
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