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Cong flays Joshi on PAC report

By The Assam Tribune
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NEW DELHI, Aug 7 � Congress today attacked Murli Manohar Joshi for re-circulating the controversial report of the PAC headed by him on the 2G scam saying it amounted to making the committee �partisan and motivated�, a contention dismissed by BJP which found �nothing wrong� in the move.

�Clearly the Chairman and the BJP are bent upon making the committee political, partisan and motivated. The PAC Chairman or the PAC are not oxygen generating medical units to breathe life into a constitutionally dead PAC report,� Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said.

The controversial report on 2G scam that had questioned the role of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram was returned by Speaker Meira Kumar suggesting it was not supported by the entire PAC whose term ended on April 30.

Holding that after rejection of the earlier report, none exists in law or fact, Singhvi said proceedings, if any, have have to commence de novo. � PTI

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Cong flays Joshi on PAC report

NEW DELHI, Aug 7 � Congress today attacked Murli Manohar Joshi for re-circulating the controversial report of the PAC headed by him on the 2G scam saying it amounted to making the committee �partisan and motivated�, a contention dismissed by BJP which found �nothing wrong� in the move.

�Clearly the Chairman and the BJP are bent upon making the committee political, partisan and motivated. The PAC Chairman or the PAC are not oxygen generating medical units to breathe life into a constitutionally dead PAC report,� Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said.

The controversial report on 2G scam that had questioned the role of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former Finance Minister P Chidambaram was returned by Speaker Meira Kumar suggesting it was not supported by the entire PAC whose term ended on April 30.

Holding that after rejection of the earlier report, none exists in law or fact, Singhvi said proceedings, if any, have have to commence de novo. � PTI

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