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The March 25 note to the PMO from the Finance Ministry says Chidambaram could have "stuck to the stand" of an auction of the highly valuable spectrum.
The note came into the public domain under the Right to Information (RTI) Act petition filed by Vivek Garg, a prominent activist.The telecom scam, one of India's biggest graft cases ever, may have cost 39.57 billion dollars in revenue to the public exchequer as per the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG)- Why the senior ministers try to cover up and try to draw dry wool on the public eye are the public are construed as fools to make believ

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 01 Oct '11 06:17 pm
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Yes.The ministers are now trying to cover up the whole matter and have also expressed unhappiness that such a matter should have been disclosed under RTI.They are also saying that all information should not be passed under RTI.
At thsi juncture Congress does not want any political disturbance and as such has made Chidambram and Pranab Mukherjee reconcile with each other.Though the matter is very grave and all suitable action under the law should be taken against the guilty.
All said and done, the fact that I am unable to understand is how and why does the patch up of Chidambram and Pranab Mukherjee covers up the actual fact of the great loss to the nation.Even if they forget their differences why should the country bear the loss of 39.57billion dollars.Those responsible for it should be made to pay for it by selling their property and assets.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 01 Oct '11 06:34 pm

 
  
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The UPA considers the public as super fools.Had that not been the case they would never had arrested Anna,they would never had waited for the direction of the Apex court to act against the ministers involved in scams,they would not have patched up the matter regarding the Finance Minister's letter to the PM.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 01 Oct '11 06:29 pm

 
  
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