Gadkari’s questions to PM on CWG (to go with BJP demands graft probe, says PMO sanctioned Games projects)

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

NEW DELHI - Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Nitin Gadkari Tuesday sought a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the Commonwealth Games corruption allegations to fix political accountability. Following are some of the questions posed to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by Gadkari:

- Is the whole cabinet not responsible for Commonwealth chaos and corruption?

- Congress is ruling at the centre and in Delhi and controlling the CWG. Then who is monitoring the committees?

- Are the ministries of urban development, sports, home, finance, tourism, civil aviation and information and broadcasting not involved and responsible?

- Did the Delhi government not spend more than Rs.20,000 crore in the name of CWG?

- Were thousands of crores earmarked for Scheduled Castes and the downtrodden not diverted to CWG?

- Can you deny that thanks to the CAG (Comptroller and Auditor General) and Chief Technical Examiner’s Organisation (CTEO) of Central Vigilance Commission that your government was compelled to inquire into the scam?

- Were you, your senior colleagues and Group of Ministers not directly monitoring and supervising the CWG work?

- Ministers, Congress leaders, Delhi Chief Minister are talking about corrupt officials. What about corrupt ministers?

- Are you not directly responsible for this mess?

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