Jammu: Indian Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Sunday took a dig at the Congress on the AgustaWestland issue, saying why was the party “worried” if it was confident that there was no evidence against them. “If Congress leaders are saying that there is no evidence, it is good thing, congratulations to them. If there is no evidence, why are they worried?,” Singh said on the sidelines of an event here to pay tributes to Kashmiri poet Sarvanand Koul Premi here.
Flanked by BJP MLC Surinder Ambardar, Singh was replying to a question regarding statement of former defence minister AK Antony yesterday that there is no evidence against Congress leaders.
“They (Congress) should be relaxed. Whatever will be the result of the probe, it will not adversely affect them if there is no evidence. When they are satisfied and they are confident, that all these allegations are baseless.