Dehra Dun: Senior BJP leader and Public
Accounts Committee chairman Murli Manohar Joshi on Sunday accused
the Congress of creating hurdles into the 2G spectrum probe by
The party tried to stop the presentation of the draft
report into the 2G spectrum scam, he alleged but asserted he
would continue the probe and expose the "wrongdoings" of the
When the Parliamentary Committee decided to summon the
Law Secretary, the Cabinet Secretary, the CBI Director and the
then Attorney General, the Congress MPs protested, the PAC
The Congress MPs said there was no need to summon them
as the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) was investigating
the spectrum controversy, he told reporters here.
However, with the intervention of Lok Sabha Speaker
Meira Kumar, the matter was resolved as she clarified that the
PAC and the JPC would work simultaneously, Joshi said.
The statements of the officers could not be recorded
properly as the Congress members created "hurdles" in the
investigations, he said.
Somehow the report was completed but the Congress tried
to stop its presentation, Joshi alleged.
"Since the finger of suspicion was pointed towards the
Prime Minister and the Finance Minister, who kept mum despite
knowing everything related to the 2G spectrum, the Congress
rejected the report," he said.