New Delhi, Jul 22 (UNI) Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav today blasted at the Bharatiya Janata Party for allegedly hatching a conspiracy to tarnish the image of his party in the sting operation on 'money-for-vote' trasactions by allowing three BJP MPs to flash wads of notes in the Lok Sabha amidst a crucial debate on the trust vote.
Mr yadav said, ''by doing this the BJP has maligned the reputation of the Lok Sabha.'' Demanding a thorough investigation into the matter, he was confident that the party (BJP) would lose in the crucial debate on the trust vote under all circumstances.
He said the BJP has named the SP for bribing their MPs by paying Rs three crore to each of them for abstaining from the voting.
Talking to reporters at his residence, Mr Yadav sought a full probe into today's incidents saying that the bags shown on television stuffed with notes were too small to carry the reported huge sums.
He said an all-party meeting was on at Speaker Somnath Chatterjee's chamber and he was unaware of the outcome of the meeting there.
The SP leader said these tactics by the BJP are not going to affect the voting.
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