It is being shocked that driver of the Indian parliamentary rules and procedures, the Finance Minister and Leader of the Lok Sabha Pranab Mukherjee who is a phenomenal personality, was left out of the historic photo-op for the parliamentarians on Wednesday.
In a group photo of more than 700 MPs got together, marked the 60th anniversary of Parliament was taken in absence of the most experienced and influential man in the UPA-II.
A special nine-member team of CBI who is probing the illegal mining case, on Wednesday conducted raid at the residences of former Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa and his kin in Bangalore and Shimoga, being alleged in connection with the multi-crore mining scam.
“Our teams are searching for certain documents in the residences of Yeddyurappa and his relatives in Bangalore and Shimoga. The search is still on,” a senior CBI official told source reporters.
Being accused for 15 months, a long period of passing in jail in 2G spectrum allocation scam case, Former telecom minister A Raja, on Tuesday ready to walk on the street of public as special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court granted his bail and after few hours freed him from Tihar Jail.
CBI court’s judge O P Saini granted bail of Raja on a surety of Rs 25 lakh and would not try to influence any witnesses while on bail. Along with this, court also restricted his entry in Tamil Nadu without court’s permission and also directed not to visit the office of the Department of Telecom (DoT).
The black clouds of Spot-fixing and underhand money dealings seem to be bounced back in the highest earning game, the DLF IPL Twenty20, the Indian Premier League. The report was unearthed by the India TV in a sting operation.
Under the sting operation conducted by the TV channel, showing five domestic level cricket players, playing under different IPL teams, are accepting the match fixing in the IPL matches.
On the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on Sunday, there was a special session at the Central Hall of parliament, being not interested and lack of intelligence speeches based on enlighten the past affairs.
Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar set the stage for the day, indicating two main points those backed the success of the Parliamentary democracy- Bharatiya janata ki nishtha and anjaan Bharatiyon kis aastha.