"Recentincidents will dampen business confidence and investment," saidMinister of state Corporate Affairs Sachin Pilot.
"Ido not agree with the way people's names are dragged in tocontroversies," said Minister of State Telecom and Shipping MilindDeora.
"Weseem to have set out to turn the clock back to an era where profitwas dirty word," said Minister for Information andBroadcasting Manish Tewari.
Theseare real threatening words to the CBI. The above are Ministers in theUPA government who have got maximum influence in the party and thegovernment. This is a warning to the CBI not to prove the casefurther.
Furtherthey very well know that as in the case of 2G scam, this coal scamwill also move towards the Prime Minister. Another aspect of thesayings is that it is not wrong to use any method to maximise theprofits of the corporates; it is their right to increase theirprofits in any way and nobody can question them.
Theseare all known to the people; but now it has openly been admitted bythe top leaders of the UPA government themselves. Have they forgottenthe often said words - "Justice will take its own Course".
PostScript: The Coal secretary P.C. Parakh has openly stated that "If CBI thinks I am wrong, then PM is also equally responsible. Thatthere is the approval of the PM on file. It is not oral."
Buthas the CBI got the guts to question PM?