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Congress reminds Nitin Gadkari of Bangaru Laxman expose

The Jharkhand unit of Congress said that the BJP president has no moral right to give sermon on corruption, saying that he should not "forget" the Bangaru Laxman expose.

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The Jharkhand unit of Congress on Sunday said that the BJP president Nitin Gadkari has no moral right to give sermon on corruption, saying that he should not "forget" the Bangaru Laxman expose.

"Nitin Gadkari must not forget former BJP president Bangaru Laxman's cash-on-camera expose by Tehelka and his unceremonious exit. Therefore, Gadkari has no moral right to talk on corruption," Jharkhand PCC general secretary Sailesh Sinha told newsmen here.

Referring to Gadkari's allegations of scams, Sinha said it was the UPA government which initiated action against all such cases which "originated during the NDA regime."

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