Boycott of Parliament ‘hidden agenda’ of BJP,UPA: CPI

'Hidden agenda' was to save themselves from getting “exposed” over the coal blocks issue: CPI.

Written by Agencies | Thrissur | Published:September 11, 2012 4:27 pm

The CPI alleged that both Congress-led UPA and BJP stalled Parliament proceedings Monsoon session as part of a “hidden agenda” to save themselves from getting “exposed” over the coal blocks issue.

“Boycott of Parliament by BJP is part of a hidden agenda by both parties. If Parliament starts functioning properly,leaders of both the parties will be exposed in Coalgate,” CPI National Council Secretary Atul Kumar Anjaan said on Tuesday.

Referring to criticisms against Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India,he said the course open for UPA government was to remove the CAG from the post after impeaching him in Parliament if he had gone wrong in his report on allocation of coal blocks.

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