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Maha govt table ATR on 26/11 probe report amid pandemonium

Maharashtra Government on Tuesday tabled in the state assembly the action taken report on the Ram Pradhan committee going into the Mumbai attacks,amid protests by opposition.

Maharashtra Government on Tuesday tabled in the state assembly the action taken report on the Ram Pradhan committee going into the Mumbai attacks,amid protests by opposition which insisted that the panel report should also be tabled.

Justifying the decision not to table the main report,Home Minister Jayant Patil,who tabled the ATR,said “there are some confidential things in the Pradhan report which are very important from the point of view of security of Mumbai and Maharashtra.” “The government has taken a deliberate decision not to table the probe panel report… there are some confidential things in the report and it won’t be alright to disclose them to the public,” the minister said.

“The Government is ready for a full-fledged discussion on the ATR,” the minister said. “No one should try to bring politics in the issue,” he said,even as Sena-BJP members continued noisy protests against the Government for not tabling the panel report. “There are some sensitive points in the Pradhan panel report,” Patil said.

The Government has deliberately decided not to table the panel report as there are certain things in it which the public need not know,the minister said. “The 26/11 court trial is on and it won’t be advisable to expose certain things,” Patil said.

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First published on: 16-06-2009 at 02:46:32 pm
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