New Delhi: DMK chief M Karunanidhi on Thursday said that former telecom minister A Raja had always maintained that he kept the Prime Minister and the then finance minister informed of all decisions in 2G spectrum allocation.
When asked if Home Minister P Chidambaram should resign if found guilty, he said, "It's not proper to comment on anything now without getting the full details. It's up to him to take a decision to resign."
"Pranab (Mukherjee) has only said Chidambaram might have been in the know. Not that he was involved in anyway," he said.
It's not proper to comment on anything now without getting the full details, he said.
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