Coal Blocks Allocation: Samajwadi party leads dharna outside Parliament
According to latest reports from the Parliament House, the Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and MPs from Telugu Desam Party and Left parties has lead a dharna to seek a judicial inquiry into coal blocks allocation.
It is said in reports that around 8 political aprties including Samajwadi Party and the Left has joined the protest in from of the Parliament. The leaders are demanding a probe by a sitting Supreme Court judge for the coal allocation case.
While talking to media, CPI(M) leader Basudeb Acharia said, “Our attempt is to unite non-NDA, non-UPA parties to demarcate ourselves from BJP and Congress, both of which are involved in corruption relating to mining and therefore do not want a debate in Parliament.”
Basudeb Acharia further accused the BJP party of making similar coal blocks allocations case in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.
Meanwhile, top leaders from political parties such as SP, CPI, CPI(M) and TDP had met yesterday to hold protest in front of the Parliament and to they will not allow any business for almost two week, as the opposition party, BJP, is regularly demanding the resignation of the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh.
Top news reveals that the parliament was adjourned till 12 noon.