Shah also refuted allegations of match fixing between BJP and TMC in the Saradha scam, saying CBI investigation is taking time as the West Bengal government-created SIT has made a mess of the entire thing.
"Mamata Banerjee had earlier pledged to fight against corruption. Mamatadi on moral grounds should throw out those party leaders seen on camera accepting bribes. If Mamatadi is so confident that her party leaders are innocent then why she is not requesting a CBI inquiry into the Narada sting operation," Shah said at a press meet here.
Rubbishing the allegation of match fixing also in the Narada case, he said,"Some people in the media are asking what is BJP doing? What will the BJP do in it? The leaders belong to TMC. Mamatadi should throw them out of the party on moral grounds.
"In Lok Sabha we had a majority so we had sent the matter to the Ethics committee, but in Rajya Sabha we don't have a majority. The Congress and Communists have a majority in Rajya Sabha why are they not sending it to Ethics committee," Shah asked.
When asked why is the BJP government not taking initiative to get the CDs of the Narada sting probed, Shah said, "There is a federal structure. As soon as Mamatadi asks for CBI investigation in Narada sting, we will get the CDs investigated,".


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