New Delhi: The Congress on Friday left its senior party leader Kripashankar Singh to fend for himself in the corruption case saying law will take its own course but remained non-committal on whether the controversial leader should be suspended from the party.
"Law is taking and will take its own course. Congress is of the belief that there should be no obstruction in its working," party spokesperson Rashid Alvi told reporters here.
He, however, evaded a question on whether Singh should be suspended from the party after the case.
"There has been a raid on which no decision by the court has come so far. If the party takes any decision, we will let you know," was his brief response to a volley of questions on the issue....more
08:22 PM, Mar 02, 2012
Mumbai: Congress MLA Kripashankar Singh had to step down from the post of Mumbai Pradesh Congress chief after an indictment from the Bombay High Court in disproportionate assets case. But for someone who began his life in Mumbai in 1973 as a vegetable seller, it's perhaps an incredible rags to riches tale. Kripashankar Singh and his family, whose reported source of income is a salary of Rs 45,000, now owns...
07:22 PM, Feb 29, 2012