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December 20, 2001
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Govt did not take Oppn into confidence on recall of envoy: CPI-M

The Communist Party of India-Marxist on Friday said the government had 'once again' not taken the opposition into confidence before taking a major step like recalling the high commissioner to Pakistan.

"It is unfortunate that despite all assurances, the government has not been sharing information or assessment with opposition parties," politburo member Sitaram Yechury said reacting to the Centre's move.

"If there is evidence showing involvement of the Pakistan government, then we can understand this measure. But neither the country, nor its people and nor the opposition have been taken into confidence," he said.

Stating that the international opinion had been increasingly moving in India's favour, Yechury said, "This should have been consolidated by marshalling evidence."

PTI

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