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Opp to corner Govt over corruption

By The Assam Tribune

NEW DELHI, Nov 7 � The issue of corruption is expected to take centrestage in the winter session of Parliament beginning Tuesday with a united Opposition raring to corner the government by raising the matter of �various scams� including the Adarsh housing scandal, reports PTI.

In fact, the Adarsh scam has become an ideal issue for the Opposition to target the Congress-led coalition at the Centre with Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan�s alleged links proving to be an embarrassment for the ruling party.

While the floor strategy of the Opposition is unclear, the BJP-led NDA as also the Left parties have given enough hints that the scams would be their handle to beat the government with.

The Opposition is hellbent on demanding action on the allegations of scams surrounding 2G spectrum allocation and the Commonwealth Games during the month-long session. It will also seek a detailed discussion on the situation in Kashmir.

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Opp to corner Govt over corruption

NEW DELHI, Nov 7 � The issue of corruption is expected to take centrestage in the winter session of Parliament beginning Tuesday with a united Opposition raring to corner the government by raising the matter of �various scams� including the Adarsh housing scandal, reports PTI.

In fact, the Adarsh scam has become an ideal issue for the Opposition to target the Congress-led coalition at the Centre with Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan�s alleged links proving to be an embarrassment for the ruling party.

While the floor strategy of the Opposition is unclear, the BJP-led NDA as also the Left parties have given enough hints that the scams would be their handle to beat the government with.

The Opposition is hellbent on demanding action on the allegations of scams surrounding 2G spectrum allocation and the Commonwealth Games during the month-long session. It will also seek a detailed discussion on the situation in Kashmir.