“The decision of whether or not to grant you permission to depose before the Joint Parliamentary Committee will be taken on the basis of the members’ opinion.”
This is what JPC Chairman P C Chacko wrote to former Telecommunications Minister A Raja, who has been accused in the JPC draft report in a two-page letter dated April 17.
“The majority of the JPC members told me not to summon you. And I respect their views,” the letter said.
“Do not have any apprehensions about the credibility of the JPC report. It is the collective wisdom of JPC members to not summon you,” it said.
Read the report here.