New Delhi: As former telecom minister A Raja got bail on Tuesday in the 2G Scam, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said that the case does not end with the bail. "These are matters of the courts and the law, so we don't want to comment on this. The case doesn't end with his bail. Several people are accused in the case," BJP spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain said.
Meanwhile, the DMK welcomed the bail order. DMK leader TR Baalu said, "We are very happy that Raja has been given bail. The party is with him."
Janata Party President Subramanian Swamy who is also a petitioner in the case, said that he feared for Raja's life. "The case is all sewn up and there is very little Raja can do to influence the case. I said he should get bail according to Supreme Court guidelines. I only fear for his life," Swamy said.
A Delhi court on Tuesday granted bail to former telecom minister A Raja in the 2G spectrum scam. The court has asked A Raja to submit Rs 25 lakh as surety. Raja has also been directed not to visit Tamil Nadu without the court's prior permission. A Raja had been in jail for the past 15 months and this was the first time that he had applied for bail.