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Dehradun, October 7
The CPI (ML) said today that the allegation of corruption against UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra proved that the Congress was least committed to the welfare of common man.

In a statement issued here today, CPI (ML) secretary for the Garhwal region Indresh Maikhuri alleged that while on the one hand, the Central Government was selling the nation’s interest to multinational companies by allowing foreign investments in the pension and insurance sectors, on the other hand, it was neck deep in corruption.
“A free and fair probe into the dealings of Robert Vadra with the DLF must be conducted,” he demanded.
Maikhuri alleged that the BJP was also involved in large-scale irregularities as its national president Nitin Gadkari had recently been found protecting the interests of an industrialist.
He said both the BJP and the Congress were interested in serving the interests of industrialists while common man was suffering due to increasing inflation.


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