Cong attacks BJP for not taking action in corruption cases
New Delhi: After the resignation of Shashi Tharoor as union minister in the wake of the IPL Kochi controversy, Congress Monday said it has always taken a high moral ground and attacked the BJP for never taking action in cases of alleged corruption, including that of Karnataka mining barons Reddy brothers.
"Congress has always taken a high moral ground. BJP has never done this whether it was Tehelka, George Fernandes or the demolition of the Babri mosque," party spokesperson
Jayanthi Natarajan told reporters outside Parliament House.
Asked whether the BJP would feel vindicated after the resignation of Tharoor as it had been consistently demanding so, Natarajan said, "BJP is quick to criticise but has never
She referred to the Reddy brothers in Karnataka as an example of the BJP not taking action against alleged corruption
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