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Oil-for-food scam report submitted to PM

August 03, 2006 20:05 IST

Justice R S Pathak, probing allegations against Congress and Natwar Singh in the oil-for-food scam, submitted his inquiry report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday.

The Volcker Committee -- set up by the United Nations to inquire into the Oil For Food Programme -- named K Natwar Singh, who resigned from the Manmohan Singh Cabinet on December 6, the Congress party and several Indian companies as beneficiaries of the scandal.

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Number of User Comments: 10

Sub: political disaster

our external affairs authority so weak that they not able to avoid scam. Not only Natwar singh other also mingle with this type of activity. ...

Posted by santhosh shetty

Sub: who thought here will be conclusive evedence

In the history of modern India number of probes have been conducted. The high and the mighty have managed to ellude the law. Whether it ...

Posted by sudhir suri

Sub: Pathak Committee Report.

It is a fit case to collect back the maintanace expenses incurred on the ex-Minister who denied his involvement and continued to enjoy the benefits. ...

Posted by S.Hariharan

Sub: every body

Not only Natwar Singh, every politician is like that. They not made their images bad in india. Now they are turning world wide.

Posted by amar

Sub: Joke

This is a joke on people's intelligence, they say Natwar issued letter on behalf of congress party and congress party did not know anything about ...

Posted by Mahesh Mutha



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