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BJP must "responsible" in reacting on Batcha`s death: Cong

Congress on Wednesday urged for caution in reacting on the sudden mysterious death of Sadiq Batcha, a close aide of former Telecom Minister A Raja and asked the BJP to be a "little more responsible".



New Delhi: Congress on Wednesday urged for
caution in reacting on the sudden mysterious death of Sadiq
Batcha, a close aide of former Telecom Minister A Raja and
asked the BJP to be a "little more responsible".

Responding to a question that BJP has apprehended a
conspiracy in Batcha`s death, party spokesperson Jayanthi
Natarajan wondered how the "BJP already found out conspiracy"
within hours of the incident.
"It would be wise to be restrained in reacting on the
incident. Before all the details are out, reading any
conspiracy theory would be wrong. It would be better if the
BJP is a little more responsible in reactions," she added.

Natarajan also downplayed the controversy surrounding the
Income Tax order seeking details of MoUs signed between the
Gujarat government and private investors during Vibrant
Gujarat Summit in January.

"The fact of the matter is that this was in response to a
letter written on basis of some information given by the
Leader of Opposition (belonging to Congress) in Gujarat," she
said when asked to comment on BJP`s strong reaction to it.

The opposition party caused frequent disruptions in Rajya
Sabha over the issue almost washing out its business for the
day.

She also refused to react on Wikileaks reports that
Gandhi family was `elitist` and there was over dependence in
Congress on `Gandhi brand`.
PTI

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