Punjab revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia on Friday said he had extended full cooperation to the central agency despite the short notice given to him as he wanted to ensure the truth is laid bare before the people.
According to the statement released, Majithia said he had acted in a pro active manner ever since he received the central agency's summons on December 19. He said "I had a a three-day assembly session and even holidays for three days. I could have asked for an alternate date. However, I decided not only to receive the summons on phone but also present myself before the agency," he added.
"Earlier also five central agencies have investigated the matter during Congress-led UPA rule and found nothing in it. Now I want a closure to the media trial I am being subjected to on a daily basis since the last one year and this is why I am myself keen to answer any queries on this issue as quickly as possible."