The documents also show that they discussed spectrum usage charge and also the pricing for 3G bandwidth. The new 2G licences were distributed in January, 2008 by Raja who is facing prosecution.
“I am releasing these documents to demolish any argument that meeting between Chidambaram and Raja did not take place. There is no ambiguity (that they met),” said Swamy, a petitioner in the case on the multi-crore scam, who has sought making Chidambaram a co-accused.
“It has been agreed that the base price of 2G spectrum shall be determined by taking the entry fee of Rs 1,650 crore determined in 2003-04 for pan-India operation of UASL licensees as a price of spectrum for 6.2 mhz of bandwidth for GSM operators”, the document said.
This was the 2001 rate adopted by NDA government, Swamy said.
“The document shows it (pricing) was an agreement. It comes clear,” he said and claimed the two had met four times.
Swamy said he will file these documents before the court in Delhi on December 3 when the case comes up for hearing.
Asked if Chidambaram should resign, he replied in the affirmative.