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Seat-sharing drama aimed at covering up 2G probe: Karat
By Input from Agencies  Published on: 14-Dec-2010 09:39:28
Place: Mumbai
 
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Madurai: Slamming DMK and Congress as "brothers of corruption", CPIM General Secretary Prakash Karat today alleged that the real agenda behind the "seat sharing drama" between the two parties was to cover up the probe into 2G spectrum allocation scam and prevent it from extending to the family of Chief Minister M Karunanidhi.

"Is it because three seats that Congress and DMK were at loggerhead? No one believes this. There is some other agenda.

DMK wants to cover up spectrum scandal..cover up the probe..

They don't want investigation to extend to the Chief minister's family," he said here launching the party's campaign for the April 13 Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu.

Congress and DMK were 'brothers of corruption' who "made money" in spectrum scandal and Commonwealth Games respectively, he alleged.

"If DMK minister committed corruption to the tune of Rs 1.

Seat-sharing drama aimed at covering up 2G probe: Karat CPIM General Secretary Prakash Karat

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