“I'm not afraid. The government is in power for two years, why did it not probe the case,” the Congress president asked.

“We have nothing to hide. Let them take my name,” she added.

Earlier, seeking to corner Congress over allegations of corruption in the Agusta Westland deal, BJP sought an explanation from Congress.

Attacking Congress, Environment and Forests Minister Prakash Javadekar said that what has been revealed in Agusta Westland case is "very important and very serious" and that Congress owes an explanation.

He said that instead of disrupting Parliament, Congress should introspect on what "they have done to the country and explain what is the role of their leaders" in the case.

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