NDA framed 2G rules but questioning us: Sibal
New Delhi: Ruling Congress party on Wednesday put the ball back into the BJP’s court after the Supreme Court asked investigating agencies to look into the 2G policy framed during NDA rule in 2001.
“Why there were four (telecom) ministers in quick succession during NDA regime. Government has nothing to say on this. The investigating agency will find it out,” said the Telecom Minister and Congress leader Kapil Sibal reacting to the SC’s observation.
“You (BJP) frame the rules and then question us,” he added
Slamming the Opposition for stalling the Parliament, he rued that “lot of important legislations are pending in the Parliament. The BJP is blocking these legislations which would benefit the people.”
“What sort of Parliamentary democracy is this,” Sibal asked.
The Parliament was again adjourned today, for the 19th time in a row, following persistent agitation by the Opposition parties in and out of the Parliament.
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