Congress conspiring to trap Mulayam in CBI net, alleges SP

Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party (SP) alleged on Sunday that the Congress-led Union government was conspiring to use the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) against party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav for not supporting foreign direct investment (FDI) in retail and a bill on quota in promotions.
SP spokesman Rajendra Chowdhury also alleged in a statement that the Bharatiya Janata Party was hand in glove with the Congress against Yadav.
The Centre had adoped a policy to “blackmail” Yadav, Chowdhury alleged.
Even some former CBI directors had admitted there was political pressure on the agency, he said.
Chowdhury said that the party will not change its stand.
The SP had walked out of Parliament during the recent vote on the FDI issue, while it has been opposing a bill that will provide for reservations in government job promotions.
Yadav said on Saturday that his party would review support to the Congress-led government if the quota bill was passed.
First Published: Sun, Dec 16 2012. 09 48 PM IST

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2 Responses to Congress conspiring to trap Mulayam in CBI net, alleges SP

  1. beegee says:

    having looted the state, they want exemption from probe…..

  2. vaidya kesava iyer says:

    The corrupt sonia cong had proved the nation that Jagan alone is recalcitrant to fall at the bar dancer’s leg to lick her foot hence incarcerated but others who do so are exempted to do so means share the loot with lion’s share for, this nation is her ancestral property and she alone has the patent right to loot and no court no agency will interfere; with impunity

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