The CPI on Tuesday demanded that a white paper be brought out on various issues on the Rafale deal, including matters raised by department heads.
"Though allegations are there that the Prime Minister's Office intefered in a very naked fashion, that it unilaterally took decisions, many wrongs have taken place that Indian money has gone to foreign countries on a large scale... the government is refusing to answer in a proper way even today," he said.
It is nothing but "insulting Parliament" to say in the House that it was a waste of time (to further discuss the issue), he claimed.
"She has no right to make such a comment in Parliament," he said.
On the Citizen (Amendment) Bill, the CPI leader demanded that it be withdrawn and the proposed amendment be rolled back.
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