ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Food Supplies- A Ruse, Not a Policy

 case exists and have vetoed the recommendations of the former Chief Justice of the country who has thus been instructed to enquire into only the residual allegations against the residual ministers. Since the latter wield little political clout, the leaders of the various factions of the state Congress are no longer unduly perturbed. If, for brightening up the 'image' of the party, some ministers have to be found to be corrupt, or at least have to stand investigation, let the relatively unimportant be offered as sacrificial goats. The big ones must, of course, go scot- free; the judge must not dare investigate their conduct, howsoever serious the allegations.

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