New Delhi: Adding to the woes of Unitech and its Managing Director Sanjay Chandra, Enforcement Directorate and CBI sleuths will visit UK, Isle of Man and Jersey on Sunday to examine the alleged money trail of companies that benefited from the 2G spectrum allocation scam. Incidentally, all the companies are associated with Unitech.

Notably, a CBI-ED team last month also made a trip to Mauritius to collect the details regarding Loop and Swan Telecom.
The investigation agencies believe that the 2G scam involves giving bribery to foreign companies on a wide scale.

According to a senior official, the probe within India in the 2G scam is almost complete and chargesheet has also been filed against all those guilty. But those under the scanner in foreign countries are still untouched, hence the initiative has been taken by the agencies who will travel abroad to bring the culprits to justice.

Meanwhile, CBI is mulling to file a third chargesheet in the 2G scam against Loop Telecom. “By the end of the month, a chargesheet will be filed against Loop Telecom after questioning Essar group’s Managing Director Prashant Ruiya and IP Khaitan,” sources said.