Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today reacted to the Supreme Court observations questioning the continuance of Telecom minister A Raja by saying he would have the matter "looked into".
"I have not seen what the Supreme Court has said. When I go back, we will have it looked into," Singh told reporters while returning from a week-long three-nation tour.
He was responding to questions on the Supreme Court's observations on CBI investigations into the alleged scam in allocation of 2G spectrum and the remarks that "the same minister is still continuing today".
Asked whether the PMO was satisfied over the 2G spectrum allocation, Singh said he did not want to comment on whatever happened in the Supreme Court.
"I do not want to comment on whatever happened in the Supreme Court as the matter is now sub-judice and it is not proper for me to comment," the Prime Minister said.
The apex court had yesterday questioned the continuation in office of Raja. It had termed the matter as serious while slamming CBI for its "slipshod" investigations into the 2G Spectrum allocation scam.