Reliance Industries reacts to ‘illegal phone tapping’ issue

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Mumbai: Reliance Industries on Friday pronounced it was repelled during reports that advise a association and a tip coronet were victims of unapproved and bootleg drumming of telephones and that it pot a right for authorised action.

The Reliance Industries Limited logo. Reuters

The Reliance Industries Limited logo. Reuters

“Conversations attributed to us are fake and seem to have been doctored by someone who seeks to denounce us,” a orator for a association pronounced in statement.

“We have, during all times, abided by a law of a land, both in minute and in spirit, in all a actions and business activities and any idea of any indiscretion is seemingly false. The reports are hapless as they make allegations but usurpation any shortcoming for a sincerity of a contents,” a matter said.

“We design a authorities to take a critical perspective of these purported violations of a right to remoteness if, indeed, there has been any bootleg handle tapping. We also design a authorities to determine a law of these allegations and take movement opposite these antagonistic falsehoods,” a matter said.

“We will describe full co-operation to any management in ascertaining a law and sojourn assured of demonstrating that a carnal allegations are fake and during all times, we have abided by a law.”

The matter from Reliance Industries follows an Indian Express news suggesting that a censure has been done to a Prime Minister’s Office by a counsel alleging bootleg handle taps by a tip association on phones of former, also now-serving, ministers, corporate captains and bureaucrats between 2001 and 2006.

(Disclosure: Firstpost is partial of Network18 Media Investment Limited that is owned by Reliance Industries Limited.)