New Delhi, June 11 (PTI) BJP today rubbished former Telecom Minister and 2G scam accused A Raja\'s contention that there was no loss in the allocation of spectrum, saying there is enough evidence to show misuse of power and favouritism in the deal. "We have repeatedly said, whether Raja is saying it today or Sibal has said it earlier, that CAG report has given us various explanations why there was a loss. This issue is with the PAC and the JPC is also looking into it," BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said. She maintained that there was a clearly "misuse of political power and nepotism and favouritism has played a hand". Refusing to delve further into the issue, Sitharaman said, "This matter is sub-judice. Without a loss, this matter would not have come this far. There has definitely been a loss." When the issue had come to light, BJP had raised it vociferously in Parliament. The CAG had pegged the loss in 2G scam at Rs 1.76 lakh crore. BJP had forced the washout of a whole Winter session of Parliament demanding that a JPC be formed to probe the 2G spectrum scam. Raja was arrested in the case along with others. He was released recently on bail.
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