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Come clean on snooping charges,CPI tells Modi

CPI on Saturday demanded a judicial probe into the case of alleged illegal surveillance of a woman by official agencies in Gujarat,saying that Chief Minister Narendra Modi should come clean on the charges.

CPI on Saturday demanded a judicial probe into the case of alleged illegal surveillance of a woman by official agencies in Gujarat,saying that Chief Minister Narendra Modi should come clean on the charges.

“Modi should come clean on the charges of snooping on a woman in Gujarat,” the party Central Secretariat said in a statement here.

“Snooping is different from providing security”,CPI further stated in reference to BJP’s claims that the surveillance was being done to protect the woman.

Demanding a thorough judicial inquiry into the “objectionable act”,CPI said that,“the nation wants to know the truth behind snooping on a young woman upon the orders of the CM of the state.

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“The role of Amit Shah,who is notoriously famous for his involvement in the fake encounter cases,also should be transparent in this case,” CPI added.

First published on: 24-11-2013 at 03:03 IST
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