Why few ministers are shielding Modi as alleged by Arvind Kejrival?

NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi
Party on Monday accused Congress of having struck a deal with BJP to not pursue
the setting up of a judicial inquiry commission to probe the alleged snooping
on a woman by the Narendra Modi-led Gujarat government in 2009. 
 The party said
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had tried to gain brownie points in
election season by raising the Snoopgate issue in his speech in Delhi recently
but he had “hidden” the fact that his party’s government had failed to
set up an inquiry commission. 

What done by congress led central government in the  snooping case in which case BJP  prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi came under the cloud of enquiry. Right to privacy is fundamental right which must be safeguarded by the supreme court of India.Undoubtedly congress government has tacit understanding with the opposition party BJP so it is cooperating and concealing the wrongdoings of each other. The allegation of national convener of common man party Mr. Arvind Kejrivaval is logical and must be accepted by both the national parties.Both the parties are colluding each other and befooling the countrymen.   Please take a glance of following link-http://yogimpsingh.blogspot.com/2013/12/no-one-is-above-law-whether-modi-or.html,  http://yogimpsingh.blogspot.com/2013/11/how-cleverly-modi-government-foiling.html

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    TNN | Apr 8, 2014, 07.00AM IST Follow @timesofindia

    NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party on Monday accused Congress of having struck a deal with BJP to not pursue the setting up of a judicial inquiry commission to probe the alleged snooping on a woman by the Narendra Modi-led Gujarat government in 2009.

    The party said Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi had tried to gain brownie points in election season by raising the Snoopgate issue in his speech in Delhi recently but he had "hidden'' the fact that his party's government had failed to set up an inquiry commission.

    "(Rahul) Gandhi it seems is not aware that Union home minister Sushilkumar Shinde and law minister Kapil Sibal made no efforts to get the probe started in such a serious matter and rendered the much-hyped inquiry commission into a non-starter. The behaviour of Shinde and Sibal gives rise to the suspicion that Congress had struck a deal with BJP on the issue. In return for not appointing a judge to probe the allegations, Congress appears to have extracted a promise from BJP of getting its interim Budget passed during the last session," a statement issued by AAP sai

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