New Delhi: The Supreme Court is all set to pronounce its verdict on the petitions seeking a probe into the alleged role of Union Home Minister P Chidambaram, cancellation of 122 radiowave licences granted during the tenure of jailed former Telecom Minister A Raja and creation of Special Investigation Team (SIT) to help the Apex Court in monitoring the CBI investigation in the multi-crore 2G allocation scam on Thursday.

The judgments will be pronounced by a bench comprising Justices GS Singhvi and AK Ganguly. Since Justice Ganguly is retiring on Thursday, he will be sitting in a bench headed by Chief Justice of India S H Kapadia.

The role of Chidambaram in the 2G scam was raised in the Supreme Court by Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy. He had pointed out that there are enough evidences on record showing that the decision regarding pricing of spectrum was taken jointly by the then Finance Minister P Chidambaram and former Telecom Minister A Raja.

A Finance Ministry note to the PMO signed by Pranab Mukherjee was also taken on record by the Court. It was stated that the scam could have been averted by Chidambaram.

However, the Centre and the CBI had strongly opposed any probe against Chidambaram by saying that Chidambaram was not in direct communication with Raja in determining the spectrum price.

However, the petitioner had refuted the claims of the CBI and the Centre that Chidambaram was not in the picture. Swamy had said there are documents to show that Raja and Chidambaram met four times on the issue and had a meeting of minds in the commission of the offences.

The Apex Court will also pronounce its judgment on the petition of CPIL, an NGO, which seeks formation of a SIT into the matter. The petitioner had asked the Supreme Court to cancel the 122 licences grated to telecom companies. The NGO has further claimed that all the licences were issued after violating the rules during A Raja regime.

However, the CBI has said that the court has not raised question on its investigation so far.