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Former Vigilance Commissioner Samal challenges to file defamation case
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Samal document comes up for discussion in Assembly
Government says no need to table the report

Principal Secretary Ratna Prabha demands apology from Samal
Seeks apology within ten days threatens to file a defamation case

Chief Minister appoints three member Committee to look into Samal's report
Says Samal's report is part of writing a book after retirement

TDP and BJP demands RC Samal's report to be put before the Speaker
Cautions government to face consequences

Former Vigilance Commissioner Samal challenges to file defamation case
Ready for a debate on corruption at higher levels

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Former Vigilance Commissioner Samal challenges to file defamation case

Ready for a debate on corruption at higher levels

Hyderabad, September 16, 2007

The former Vigilance Commissioner RC Samal who kicked up a row with his comments on corruption at higher levels of administration, on Sunday challenged the Home Minister K Jana Reddy and others to file defamation cases against his they are confident that the charges made by him are wrong.

He, expressing his willingness for a debate on corruption in high places, he said he would be very happy if the ongoing war of words ends and the battle for truth starts. He expressed his confidence that his move would have a positive impact, in that people would be alert and take issues pertaining to corruption more seriously.

He dismissed the Minister's remarks over his mental condition, claiming that the Home Minister, K Jana Reddy had made to defend himself. He said that he maintained credibility throughout his long years of service else why should anyone speak about his sanity, he commented.

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TDP and BJP demands RC Samal's report to be put before the Speaker
Cautions government to face consequences

Former Vigilance Commissioner Samal challenges to file defamation case
Ready for a debate on corruption at higher levels

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