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DENIAL: ADAG Breaks Silence, Says Essar Tapes doctored

DENIAL: ADAG Breaks Silence, Says Essar Tapes doctored
DENIAL: ADAG Breaks Silence, Says Essar Tapes doctored
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2016-06-18T15:15:50+05:30

The Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG) has broken its silence on the Essar Tapes.

Reacting to the ‘Outlook’ expose, ADAG suspected the tapes were doctored by those doing the tapping.

A spokesperson said, "We suspect that the purported conversations, as referred to in the media, must have been spliced, altered,  doctored and manipulated  to serve the heinous interests of those who engaged in the alleged illegal phone tapping operations."

ADAG said they hoped the authorities would probe the scandal and bring the guilty to book.

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