"Congress party wants to divert the attention of the people from AgustaWestland chopper scam. So they are raising unnecessary and unconcerned issues in Parliament," Naidu said outside Parliament while referring to disruptions in Rajya Sabha.

The Congress today sought a discussion on the latest report of CAG listing alleged irregularities in Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation's KG basin gas project and forced three adjournments in Rajya Sabha in the pre-noon session demanding a response from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Naidu said it was a state matter and the Congress was raising the issue "at a wrong place and for the wrong reason".

"Today in the Rajya Sabha they did not allow the House to function and Rajya Sabha was adjourned repeatedly for this. There was no reason for it," Naidu cited.

He pointed out that Gujarat state petroleum corporation issue is a state subject. "CAG has given some reports on it so according to the Constitution, report will go to the Governor. Then Governor will ask for it to be tabled in the House so it will go to the PAC. It is the law and everyone knows the rule," he added.

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