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  1. Forum of Freeb Thinkers said:

    CAG’s report on Coalgate has been placed in the Parliament only yesterday(17th August,2012)!As per Art. 151 it has to be submitted to the President who would cause it to be placed before both houses of Parliament!If such high standard of secrecy is involved, how comes Kejriwal was quoting from it and accusing the PM and 14 central ministers TWO months ago?This is not the first instance other CAG Reports also have been leaked long before!So the CAG is constitutionally guilty of letting the reports reach media and public and thereby putting the Govt. on the back foot!
    It may be recalled that in a Writ Petition in Madras HC(WP No.23408 of 2004),The Hon, justices have taken strong exception to AG(Audit)TN giving the particulars,criticising the functioning of the Govt.,in such a way which facilitated the opposition political parties to use the same as weapon to attack the Govt.does not augur well!”This should have been avoided”!

    August 18, 2012
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  2. VIJAY JAIN said:

    WHATEVER IS REVEALED TODAY IN PARLIAMENT THROUGH THE CAG REPORT IS NOT SURPRISING AT ALL, AS MR. ARVIND KEJRIWAL HAS BEEN SHOUTING ALL THIS FROM ROOFTOPS SINCE 2 MONTHS AND HE WAS ACCUSED BY THE GOVT. FROM TRYING TO DESTROY INSTITUTIONS TO BEING A BJP/RSS AGENT TO HAVING A POLITICAL AGENDA. HATS OFF TO MR. KEJRIWAL FOR HIS COURAGE AND ABILITY TO HIT THE BULL’S EYE. HE IS FULLY VINDICATED.

    August 17, 2012
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