Alappuzha, Sep 21 (UNI) Denying media reports that Communist Party of India (CPI) did not agree to an inquiry into the ''controversial'' ISRO land deal, CPI State Secretary Veliyam Bhargavan today said his party had no fear of facing any investigation into the deal.
Talking to newspersons here, he said the media reports, which stated that the CPI had sabotaged the probe, were wrong.
Mr Bharghavan said there was no documents to prove Forest Minister Binoy Viswam's involvement in the deal.
''He is innocent and he had done his duty fairly and justly when he noticed the malpractice,'' Mr Bharghavan said, adding that the demand for Mr Viswam's resignation was injustice.
The CPI leader alleged that the agitations launched by United Democratic Front (UDF), over the issue, were politically motivated.
''The real culprits are certain UDF leaders. The Revenue Department is probing the alleged malpractices of the revenue staff,'' he alleged.