Mumbai: Indicted by the Comptroller Auditor General (CAG) over a land allotment in Mumbai, Union Science and Technology Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh on Thursday said to react on the leaked report after it is tabled in assembly.

"I would not like to comment on a leaked report. Let the government table it in the legislature, then I will react," Deshmukh said from his hometown Latur, over phone.

The CAG report is yet to be tabled in the Maharashtra legislature. Reportedly, it raps Deshmukh for arbitrary allotment of a plot in Mumbai to a trust founded by him when he was the Chief Minister.

Accordingly, a 23,840-sq metre plot in suburban Borivali was allotted to Manjra Charitable Trust by the state government on September 28, 2005 for setting up a dental college, at an 'occupancy price' of Rs 6.56 crore.

There were four applicants for the plot, and Deshmukh approved the application of Manjra Charitable Trust without assigning any specific reason, the CAG report purportedly says.

Speaking on the Whistling Woods case, Deshmukh said, "I have filed an appeal in the Supreme Court to get the remarks passed against me by the High Court in connection with the case removed. Notices have been issued and a four weeks' time has been given to file replies."