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Law will take its own course in Koda's case: Cong

india Updated: Nov 06, 2009 23:28 IST

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Congress on Saturday said the law will take its own course in the Madhu Koda affair in which the name of a senior Congress leader from Maharashtra has cropped up.

Koda, former chief minister of Jharkhand, and at least eight of his associates were embroiled in alleged hawala transactions and illegal investments running into more than Rs 2000 crores.

Congress spokesman Manish Tewari said the party had a similar position on the alleged telecom scam in which the opposition is targeting the minister concerned and DMK leader A Raja.

On the alleged involvement of a senior Congress leader from Maharashtra in the Koda case, Tewari said, "Law should take its own course...It is not our policy to comment on ongoing investigations...All those connected must be brought to justice."