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Sunday December 12, 2010 06:36:24 PM, Agencies

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Nagpur: Congress legislator from Mumbai Baba Siddiqui December 10 created a stir in the Maharashtra Assembly when he alleged that Shiv Sena working President Uddhav Thackeray is receiving money from two Mumbai-based industrial houses.

 

Siddiqui said, what he says is based on the intercepted phone recordings between Tata Group spokeswoman Shalani and Public Relations Corporate chief Nira Radia.

Siddiqui made the allegations against Sena working president Uddhav of accepting money from the two industrial houses – Reliance and Tata Group of Companies.

 

Since Siddiqui made this allegation in English, the Sena legislators failed to grasp the allegations and there was no immediate protest from them. However, BJP legislator Phadnavis responded to Siddiqui and stated that there was no connection of Uddhav with the tapes.

“It is not proper to connect the discussions on the power problems with the tapes. Therefore Siddiqui should not make false and fabricated allegations against Uddhav,” Phadnavis stated.

The Sena legislator woke up only after Phadnavis responded and protested against the allegations leveled by Siddiqui against their leader.

 

Later Siddiqui handed over the tapes to the Assembly speaker.
 

 

 

 


 

 

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