New Delhi, Feb.24 (ANI): A top aerospace scientist has quit as the member of the Space Commission in protest over the government's decision to blacklist former ISRO chief G Madhavan Nair and three other scientists over the controversial Antrix-Devas deal.
"We submitted the report after identifying the lapses and suggested measures to make sure that they do not happen again. We found no evidence of wrong-doing or fraud or personal gain. I am deeply distressed over the humiliation heaped on people who spent their whole professional lives working for a valued national goal," Professor Roddam Narasimha was quoted as saying by the Deccan Chronicle.
Nair and three other ex-ISRO scientists were blacklisted based on two official reports on the controversial deal.
An earlier committee comprising of Professor Roddam Narasimha and BK Chaturvedi had said there was no question of financial losses due to "cheap selling" of spectrum in the Antrix-Devas deal. (ANI)
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