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Jaiswal condemns Mumbai blasts

Expressing regret over the serial blasts in Mumbai, Union Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal on Thursday said it is not the time to make accusations and play politics but that of showing unity.



Lucknow: Expressing regret over the serial
blasts in Mumbai, Union Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal on Thursday said
it is not the time to make accusations and play politics but
that of showing unity.

"I express deep regrets over the blasts in Mumbai but it
is not the time to play politics and make accusations but to
show our unity," Jaiswal told reporters here.

"I want to assure you all that such an incident will not
repeat in the future. Whatever is necessary will be done by
the Centre and those behind the act will be taken care of," he
said.

Three near simultaneous blasts ripped through crowded
areas in Mumbai yesterday evening, killing at least 21 people
and injuring 141.

On Uttar Pradesh government recommending a CBI probe into
the death of deputy CMO Y S Sachan, the union coal minister
said it was due to the pressure from the High Court that the
ruling BSP had recommended for the inquiry by the agency.

Three near simultaneous blasts ripped through crowded
areas in Mumbai yesterday evening, killing at least 21 people
and injuring 141.

On Uttar Pradesh government recommending a CBI probe into
the death of deputy CMO Y S Sachan, the union coal minister
said it was due to the pressure from the High Court that the
ruling BSP had recommended for the inquiry by the agency.

Meanwhile, UP Congress president Rita Bahuguna Joshi said
a PIL has already been filed in the High Court for CBI probe
into the National Rural Health Mission scam in the state and
murder of CMOs B P Singh and Vinod Arya.

"All these cases are related to one another and should
be clubbed and sent to CBI," she said, adding that the HC will
hear the PIL next week.

PTI

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