Investigation officer and assistant commissioner Shri N.C.Patel has turned in an affidavit in the Ahmedabad rural high cou..
Dr. Swamy wrote PM for resignation of P. Chidambaram
I demand that the Prime Minister immediately call for the
resignation of the Union Home Minister Mr. P. Chidambaram for his
gross and reckless disregard of the Code of Conduct for Ministers
regarding conflict of interest. Not only the FIR was not worthy of
the attention of the Home Minister, because it was based on a
private complaint by a private party against another private party,
and hence not filed by any agency of the Government; but also that
Mr. Chidambaram had been an Counsel for one of the parties, namely
Mr. S.P. Gupta. The Supreme Court bench consisting of Justice B.P.
Singh and Justice Altamash Kabir in its judgment dated 3.7.2006 had
held that “In our view, investigation (based on the FIR) cannot be
quashed” thereby upholding the judgment and order of the Delhi High
Court dated 24.3.2005 in Writ Petition No. 1163/2003. Thus, for the
Home Minister to intervene for his former client makes Mr.
Chidambaram guilty of gross misconduct attracting Section
13(1)(d)(ii) and (iii) of the Prevention of Corruption Act. He is
also guilty of having committed contempt of the Supreme Court by
ordering the withdrawal of the FIR registered against Mr.
Let the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh know that if he cannot act on such a blatant disregard of the laws of the country as well as the Code of Conduct of one of his Ministers, then he himself loses all moral right to continue as the Prime Minister of the country.
( SUBRAMANIAN SWAMY ) Dec 15, 2011 | Janta Party
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