Congress trains guns on Ananth Kumar

Radia’s ex-business partner Dheeraj Singh had alleged that Ananth Kumar, when he was minister in the Atal Behari Vajapayee government, had helped her by allotting land to a Trust run by her. He had also said that Kumar had helped Radia by offering her access to confidential files of the cabinet. Radia is in the centre of the scam over 2G spectrum allocation.

Parameshwara, in Bangalore on Saturday, said that the BJP should ask Kumar to resign in the view of the allegations. “The BJP should ask its MP to resign before pointing fingers at ministers of the UPA Cabinet,” he said.

BKC questions Ananth
KPCC media committee chairman Prof B K Chandrashekhar has posed nine questions to Ananth Kumar regarding reports of he rendering favours to Niira Radia. The questions included whether Kumar leaked confidential cabinet papers to Radia, did he introduce her to Ratan Tata, Atal Behari Vajapayee, Nitin Gadkari and Ranjan Bhattacharya, did he as minister for urban development allot land to a trust in which Radia was associated.

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