Mumbai: Union Tourism Minister Subodh Kant Sahay, who is facing the heat from principal opposition BJP over allocation of coal block to his brother's firm in Jharkhand, on Saturday refused to comment on the issue, saying he has already stated what he had to say.
"I have already said what I had to say," was Sahay's crisp reply to reporters who sought his reaction to the controversy.
The Minister had on Friday rubbished the allegations terming them as a "bunch of lies" by BJP.
Sahay was in the city to attend the concluding day of the 28th annual convention of Indian Association of Tour Operators held here.
Sahay, however, declined to answer to a question whether he was contemplating to resign in the wake of the coal block allocation controversy.


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