Patna — The Janata Party chief Mr. Chandra Shekhar, on Thursday expressed his doubt over the Prime Minister, Mr. Rajiv Gandhi’s intentions of cleans politics through the Antireflections Act.

Talking to newsmen at the Patna Airport Mr. Chandra Shekhar said if Mr. Gandhi was really interested in clean politics the first thing he should do was to dismiss the G.M. Shah Government in Jammu and Kashmir and the Bhajan Lal Government in Haryana.

“Unless there is a strong public opinion against defection the act would hardly mean anything,”’ he added.

The Janata chief questioned the Prime Minister’s “right to talk against black money when his own party spent crores during the last Lok Sabha election.” Where did this money come from? He asked.


Article extracted from this publication >>  March 8, 1985