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  • Amit Shah lashes out at Congress for imposing Emergency in 1975
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CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury today hinted at a stormy monsoon session of Parliament saying that major Opposition parties were united on the Lalit Modi issue and would demand a thorough probe to be held.

''Since all the major opposition parties have come out against the Lalit Modi issue, there is going to be uproar on the issue in the session coming ahead,'' Mr Yechury told journalists during an interaction at the Indian Women’s Press Corps (IWPC).

He maintained that the Left stand was that ''there should be a thorough probe'' into the allegations against the ministers concerned, who should demit office until cleared of all charges of impropriety.

The Left leader recalled that earlier when such cases involving UPA leaders had surfaced, the BJP had called for investigation and action to be taken.

Assessing the performance of the Narendra Modi-led NDA Government, which has just completed one year in office, he was unsparing saying that the Government had failed on all fronts.
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