New Delhi : The controversial JPC report, which had given a clean chit to the Prime Minister in 2G spectrum allocation scam, will be submitted to Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar on Tuesday, reports PTI.

Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) Chairman P C Chacko will submit the report along with the dissent notes given by six parties, which termed it as a “bundle of contradictions”.
The report will be tabled in Parliament in the Winter Session likely to commence in the first week of December. Chacko is learnt to have used his power to “edit” five of the six dissent notes to redraft the language which, according to him, was unparliamentary.
The dissent notes are a way to record members’ objections to the findings and are appended with the final report when it is tabled.
The report was adopted on September 27 by a majority vote as two JD(U) members abstained from the meeting.

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