In April, the JPC appointed to study the 2G scam exonerated Manmohan Singh and Chidambaram from any responsibility.
In its report, the JPC, led by Congress leader P C Chacko said that neither Singh nor Chidambaram were aware of the malpractices of then Telecom Minister A Raja which led to the irregularities in the distribution of 2G spectrum.
Members of the opposition parties however, who were part of the JPC have raised objections with the report that was distributed among the around 30 members of the JPC, reports said.
The Left parties and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said they reject the report in its current form with the main opposition right-wing outfit specifically rejecting the all clear given to Singh.
Giving a clean chit to the PM and the FM, the JPC's draft report blamed Raja for changing the rules of the licensing process at the last minute to benefit certain firms.
The report also disagrees with the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) that estimated the loss from the sale for spectrum at Rs 1.76 lakh crore.
In one of the biggest scams of Independent India, allegedly masterminded by former telecom minister A Raja, 2G spectrum was given away at throwaway prices in 2008 causing a potential revenue loss of up to Rs 1.76 lakh crore.
Raja, who had languished in New Delhi's Tihar jail for 15 months in connection to the scam, was released on bail last year. He was arrested in 2011.
A landmark judgement by the Supreme Court last year had quashed 122 licenses issued under the sale while a parliamentary panel was set up to study the scandal.
--IBNS (Posted on 27-09-2013)