Why is the UPA -- which needs the numbers in parliament -- hitting out at Pawar?
Asked by hitler, 26 Apr '10 10:37 am
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In his nearly 50-year political career, Pawar has faced much more serious charges. He stood his ground and his political and business empire was never affected. Now the Congress party may have finally nailed its old adversary who once opposed party chief Sonia Gandhi's foreign origin and started his political party on that plank. Modi's telephone conversations of April 16, 17 and 18- The government's agencies also have text messages and e-mails of IPL managers that show Pawar and Patel's involvement.The answer lies in the government's soft handling of corruption cases against Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati, in wooing Jat leader Ajit Singh and even Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik of the Biju Janata Dal.Answered by bharati sharma, 29 Apr '10 12:40 pm
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