New Delhi(Agency ) :  The Central Bureau of Investigation on Wednesday registered a disproportionate assets case, against former Telecom Minister A. Raja and 16 others."It is alleged that he and other accused persons have amassed assets disproportionate to their known sources of income. Searches are being carried out at 20 places in Delhi, Chennai, Perambalur, Tiruchirappalli and Coimbatore," said a CBI official.Mr. Raja is already facing trial

for his role in the grant of licences and allocation of 2G spectrum during 2008, in violation of established guidelines and procedures.The CBI registered a case on October 21, 2009 on the basis of allegations of conspiracy and abuse of official position to give pecuniary advantage/favour to applicant-companies in the processing and allocation of letters of intent for UAS licences and resultant spectrum allocation to launch telecom services during 2008.
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