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'No common ideology and no...', Anurag Thakur told I.N.D.I Alliance A group of corrupt leaders

  BENGALURU: Union Minister Anurag Thakur on Saturday termed the I.N.D.I.A as a group of leaders facing corruption charges who have no common ideology or political agenda. Speaking to reporters, Thakur said the opposition alliance disrupted the winter session of Parliament that ended on Thursday due to frustration over its defeat in the recent assembly elections. The senior BJP leader's comments came a day after nationwide protests by the opposition alliance against the suspension of 146 MPs. Anurag Thakur raised questions on the opposition alliance Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur said that where is the alliance. They are struggling in Punjab, they are struggling in other states. They cannot speak with one voice. They are a group of people facing corruption charges and have come together. They have no common ideology, no common minimum program and no common candidate. There is no adversarial alliance.