Bangalore: The Karnataka Assembly committee investigating the porngate allegedly involving three former state ministers has reportedly found no evidence against the legislators. The Committee submitted its final report to Assembly Speaker KG Bopaiah.
The report, to be tabled in the Assembly during the session, says that there is no evidence against two Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLAs CC Patil and J Krishna Palemar while the third MLAs Lakshman S Savadi, also from the BJP, has already apologised to the committee.
Savadi has also been summoned to the floor of the House and asked to apologise.
Savadi, Patil and Palemar were caught by a private TV channel watching porn on their mobile phones while proceedings were on in the Assembly on February 7. All the three, who were ministers in the state cabinet, were forced to resign after the clip was aired....more
06:34 PM, Mar 19, 2012
New Delhi: Taking a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the issue of its legislators caught watching porn in the Karnataka assembly, Telecommunication Minister Kapil Sibal on Wednesday said the party should look inwards before preaching morality. "There are all kinds of entertainment, sometime political entertainment and sometime other kinds of entertainment and I would not like to use any kind of harsh words against them," Sibal told...
04:45 PM, Feb 08, 2012