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PAC Ruckus A 'Black Day' In Indian Democracy: Gadkari

New Delhi, April 28: BJP President Nitin Gadkari tonight said the ruckus at the meeting of the PAC on the 2G spectrum scam represented a “black day” for the country's democracy and alleged that whatever
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PTI April 29, 2011 8:19 IST

New Delhi, April 28: BJP President Nitin Gadkari tonight said the ruckus at the meeting of the PAC on the 2G spectrum scam represented a “black day” for the country's democracy and alleged that whatever happened there was done at the “direction” of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

Addressing a hurriedly convened news conference, Gadkari also said that four Union Ministers were “controlling” and “monitoring” all activities relating to the stormy meeting presided by BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi.

Gadkari, who did not identify the ministers, accused the Congress leadership of “masterminding” the happenings at the PAC meet in Parliament House.

“Whatever happened today was done at the direction of the Prime Minister,” Gadkari said.

The BJP chief said, “four union ministers were sitting in Parliament controlling all activities, monitoring it.” Gadkari claimed whenever UPA faces allegations of corruption, it resorts to such things.

“Whatever happened today was childish behaviour on part of the UPA...after the meeting was adjourned by Joshi ji, a Rajya Sabha member was elected as the chairman by UPA members,” the BJP president said.

Joshi, who was targeted at the PAC meet, was appreciated by the Prime Minister himself for his good work. “And the Prime Minister himself had offered to appear before the PAC,” he said.

Gadkari claimed till the time PAC was quizzing corporate honchos and journalists, the work of the panel was going on smoothly.

“But when they realised that the PM, the Congress party and top officials would be questioned (in the 2G spectrum scam probe), they started creating problems...they did this when they realised that they could face tough questions,” he said.He slammed the UPA for trying to cover up cases of corruption at a time when people were demanding greater transparency and legislations like Lokpal.

The BJP leader also slammed BSP and SP for supporting Congress whenever it faces crisis.“During the 2008 trust vote, they helped bail out the UPA,” he said. PTI 

 

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