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2G case: India reminds Mauritius for cooperation

India has sent a reminder to Mauritius for its cooperation in the 2G spectrum scam probe citing information about some companies and its directors under the Mutual legal Assistance Treaty.

March 14, 2011 / 12:47 PM IST
India has sent a reminder to Mauritius for its cooperation in the 2G spectrum scam probe citing information about some companies and its directors under the Mutual legal Assistance Treaty.

After sending the Letters Rogatory, the CBI has despatched a reminder requesting the Mauritius Government to give details about certain transactions of 12 companies, including Etisalat Mauritius Ltd, Delphi Investment Ltd and Decan Asian Infrastructure.

According to the legal documents, "investigations have revealed that the entire equity in the form of 107,91,000 shares held by Reliance Telecom were transferred by it to Delphi Investment Limited, Les Cascades building, Edith Cavell Street, Port Louis, Mauritius on December 12, 2007.

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