New Delhi: Former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran, who was called to the Central Bureau of Investigation headquarters for a third round of investigation, on Friday claimed that there were no irregularities in the illegal telephone exchange case, adding that he has evidence of the same in the form of an RTI inquiry.
'I've come again to give more evidence, which I have collected through an RTI inquiry to show that there was only one connection and not 300. I have also come to show that any illegal action never existed ' it's all fiction. I will cooperate and come again as many times as the CBI calls,' Maran said.
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