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Justice Pathak rejects leakage from his office
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, August 4
Justice Pathak today scoffed off any idea about the leakage of the report of his findings on the Iraqi oil-for-food scam to media, saying the office of the inquiry authority under him had no role in leaking the report to any one.

“All that I can know is that there is no leakage from my office, certainly not from my side,” Justice R S Pathak, who submitted the report to Prime Minsiter Manmohan Singh yesterday, told mediapersons who approached him today.

The publication of the contents of the report in the media today led to the turmoil in Parliament with the Opposition alleging that it was deliberately leaked.

Both Houses of Parliament were adjourned following the Opposition raising the issue as the members continued to demand from the Government a statement.

Justice Pathak refused to comment further on the leakage of the report and the correctness of its contents as reported in today’s newspapers.

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