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DDCA row: PM Narendra Modi has signalled Arun Jaitley to resign, says Sitaram Yechury

CPI-M General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Tuesday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has signalled to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to resign in the wake of DDCA row by citing the example of LK Advani in the Hawala case.


DDCA row: PM Narendra Modi has signalled Arun Jaitley to resign, says Sitaram Yechury

New Delhi: CPI-M General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Tuesday claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has signalled to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to resign in the wake of DDCA row by citing the example of LK Advani in the Hawala case.

"By drawing a parallel with Advani, the Prime Minister is giving a hint to Arun Jaitley that he should resign, get himself cleared and come back. I read it as a signal to Jaitley that you also do the same thing", he told reporters.

Noting that Advani had resigned after the Hawala scam, he said that Jaitley should understand that the Prime Minister has suddenly remembered the veteran leader when the Finance Minister was facing a problem.

He was asked for his reaction to the Prime Minister's comments that Jaitley will come out "with flying colours" against charges of corruption levelled against him by the opposition in the same way L K Advani did in the Hawala case.

Asked about reports that bricks and pillars were being brought to Ayodhya for temple construction, he said that there has been consensus that there should be no further activity there and the BJP is also part of that consensus. "If they want to violate it, law should take its course".

On the Juvenile bill, he said that his party wanted the bill to be sent to select committee for threadbare discussion. Instead of the criterion of age, what is important is the type of crime. This was necessary in view of reports that the new recruits to ISIS are between 14 to 15 year old, he said.

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