Hazare targets PM over coal blocks auction issue
Hazare said there was "room for suspicion" and that he does think the prime minister to be a clean and honest man who has to function under "remote control."
"The loss to the state exchequer is around Rs.2 lakh crore. The prime minister may not have directly benefited but the money has gone somewhere. There should be a probe by a retired judge," Hazare said Tuesday in Mumbai, where he arrived to resume his five-week Maharashtra state tour that started on May 1.
Hazare also dismissed reports about differences in Team Anna even as yoga guruRamdev snubbed core team member Arvind Kejriwal at a joint rally Sunday in New Delhi.
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After a Mumbai court ordered a fresh trial in the Salman Khan hit-and-run case, petitioner in the case, Abha Singh said that this is a definite relief for Khan and that his lawyer will take full advantage of the same.
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