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Nirupam meets PM over Reliance shares issue

March 12, 2005 22:51 IST

Sanjay Nirupam, who recently quit the Shiv Sena,on Saturdaymet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and demanded an inquiry into the allotment of Reliance Infocomm shares to 'fake' companies belonging to businessmen said to be close toBharatiya Janata Partyleader Pramod Mahajan.

NCP, Congress open doors to Nirupam

"The meeting was very satisfactory and positive," he told reporters adding he impressed upon the Prime Minister the need for a "transparent" inquiry into the serious matter given the fact that the telecom ministry under Mahajan and later changed rules almost daily to suit a particular player.

Exclusive! Sanjay Nirupam speaks out!

Replying to questions he said no party politics was discussed and indicated that he would take a decision about his new political address in two-three days.

He had "serious" offers from the Congress,Nationalist Congress Partyand theRashtriya Janata Dalto join them, he claimed.

To a question whether his campaign against Reliancee Infocomm was to benefit other cellular operators, he said he had raised his voice in Parliament whenever the government suffered revenue losses in the telecom sector due to changes in policy.


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Sub: C.B.I. enquiry may reveal the truth!

In fact, besides alleged involevement of shri.Pramod Mahajan, shri. Gopinath Munde and Shiv sena of Marashtra are also strongly suspected to be beneficiaries of Reliance ...


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