Cong steers clear of charges against PC’s son
New Delhi: Congress on Thursday steered clear of the charges made by Subramanian Swamy against Karti Chidambaram, son of Home Minister P Chidambaram, saying he himself is competent enough to reply to the allegations.
"How am I am responsible for answering to allegations about Karti Chidambaram`s business deals. He can himself reply to Swamy`s allegations," party spokesperson Renuka Choudhary told reporters.
Karti has already dismissed the charges made against him by Janata Party President Subramanian Swamy on investments in Aircel against which a CBI case is on.
There is no no truth. None of the companies in which Karti has any interest holds any equity in nor has given any loan to any telecom company, a source close to Karti said.
The allegations are baseless, they said.
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