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   Congress Expels Natwar’s Son

 

In a major blow to Natwar Singh’s hopes of rescue by the Gandhi family, the Congress Party expelled Natwar’s son Jagat Singh even as Jagat’s friend’s petition in the Supreme Court (SC) for absolution from Justice RS Pathak Inquiry commission’s indictment.

 

 

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In a major blow to Natwar Singh’s hopes of rescue by the Gandhi family, the Congress Party expelled Natwar’s son Jagat Singh even as Jagat’s friend’s petition in the Supreme Court (SC) for absolution from Justice RS Pathak Inquiry commission’s indictment. Simultaneously, the Enforcement Directorate attached to the Finance Ministry filed a show-cause notices to the father-son duo and friend businessman Andaleeb Sehgal in connection with the oil-for-food scam outed by the Volcker Commission.

Rajasthan State Congress had initially recommended that Jagat, who is a Member of Legislative Assembly from that state, be suspended. However, since Jagat refused to respond to their notice, the body has recommended his expulsion.