New Delhi: The CAG reports on the alleged scam in coal block allocation and two other issues are expected to generate heat in Parliament, with the Opposition raring to rake them up.
The Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will be meeting for the first time since the latest controversy hit the government after three reports of the CAG were tabled in Parliament on
Friday last.
BJP leaders indicated that the Opposition plans to be aggressive in the coming week mounting pressure for the resignation of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
The CAG reports have estimated "undue benefits" of over Rs 3.06 lakh crore to private parties in coal block allotment without bidding, Delhi airport development and diversion of coal to a power project.
The reports have come in handy for the Opposition in the midst of the ongoing Monsoon Session of Parliament which concludes on September 7.
"We are not going to leave it here after demanding the resignation of the Prime Minister," a senior BJP leader said.
The government and the Congress have been dismissive of the CAG reports and the BJP demand for the Prime Minister's resignation, insisting that they were incomplete without being examined by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
They have been sharply critical of the government auditor accusing him of not following the Constitutional mandate, crossing the line and having the "habit" of adding zeros to its reports.


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