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TDP and BJP demands RC Samal's report to be put before the Speaker
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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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TDP and BJP demands RC Samal's report to be put before the Speaker

Cautions government to face consequences

Hyderabad, September 16, 2007

The TDP on Sunday cautioned the government that it would have to face the same fate it it would have to face the same fate as the party faced three years back, if the report is not tabled in the Assembly. The BJP wanted a judicial probe by a High Court judge into the allegations against ministers and senior officers.

Speaking to media, the TDP leader T Devender Goud wanted the government to place all the relevant files pertaining the issues, mentioned by RC Samal, former Vigilance Commissioner either before the Speaker or before an all party meeting. He faulted the ministers for hurling personal accusations against Samal instead of giving explanation on issues raised by the former officer.

He said that the State Government should give an explanation on Samal's report within a day otherwise, the TDP would go to the public on the same. The TDP polite bureau is likely to meet on Monday to discuss Samal's report among other topics. The BJP senior leader M Venkaiah Naidu said that the State Government haws the responsibility to bring out the facts in the allegations made against the Home Minister K Jana Reddy, Agricultural Minister, N Raghuveera Reddy and the Panchayat Raj Minister JC Diwakar Reddy.

Andhra Pradesh on September 16, 2007

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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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September 16 in History

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