Corporate Espionage case: A Scam of Rs 10,000 crore

New Delhi, Feb 21: The leakage of vital government documents from the Oil Ministry might have shocked all, but the fact is more shocking if we believe the accused claims that revealed the Corporate Espionage case is a Rs 10,000 crore scam.

Santanu Saikia, a former journalist, who was arrested along with 12 accused in connection with the documents leakage case, claimed that the scam was Rs 10,000 crore. However, he had nothing to do with the case rather he was investigating this, he claimed.

During the interrogation, Saikia revealed this shocking fact to the Delhi police crime branch that is probing the case.

Further things will be revealed gradually during the course of interrogation.

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