"We will support the Government in all decisions it takes. But it should consider a JPC probe for the smooth functioning of Parliament," stated Trinamool spokesperson in Lok Sabha, Sudip Bandopadhya.
This is not the first time that UPA's allies like Trinamool or DMK raised voice for the investigation of JPC in 2G spectrum scandal.
Oppositions with their adamant demand (JPC in 2G) stopped the Parliament for the 11th times on Nov 26.
On the other side, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Bansal claimed, "Their (Oppositions) desire is not to unearth corruption, but to wage a political battle to demean and insult the Prime Minister's Office. Since it's a political battle, we'll fight it politically."