Conduct CBI probe on illegal mining: Poojary

9:57 PM, Tuesday, July 13th, 2010
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Mangalore : The protest staged by the oppostion party member at the Legislative Assembly is right on their part, Janardhan Poojary, Senior Congress leader.
Speaking at the press meet held at Press Club, Mangalore on Tuesday, July 13, he said that staging protest is their duty too.
He also condemned the opposition party members for raising their voice in the assembly, and urged the government to take action against the accused even if they are belonging to the opposition.
He also said that, the amount of Rs 1 crore six lakhs worth iron ore are been exported in the illegal manner from past two years and the CM is not ordering for the investigation, since many politicians are involved in the business.
None of the Lokayukta, police, media and governor told not to export iron ore in illegal manner. Hence they can export it legally, but BM is tried to turn the view of the issue. The CM is deciding to discuss with the central government to stop the transportation of mining, but he is not willing to take action against people involved in it. He urged the central government to conduct CBI probe on the matter.
Arun Coelho, Youth congress president, Kallige Tharanath Shetty, Former Youth Congress President,  Harikrishna Bantwal, District Secretary and Suresh Ballal were present.


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