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2G: Chidambaram a walking corpse, tweets Subramanian Swamy

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Subramanian Swamy and P Chidambaram
New Delhi, Mar 16: Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy hurled another Twitter bomb on P Chidambaram when the rest of the country was busy in following the Union Budget 2012 presented by Pranab Mukherjee and later in watching the India-Bangladesh cricket match in which Sachin Tendulkar created history after hitting 100th century.

Swamy on Friday, Mar 16 tweeted from his Twitter account saying, "Government lawyers told me in private today that Saini's "operation was successful but the patient died". They see PC as a walking corpse."

Swamy's tweet clearly mocked the CBI judge OP Saini who has been appointed to deliver verdict on the 2G spectrum scam. The Janata Party chief's tweet came on the day when the Supreme Court heard the case on his petition seeking CBI probe on the Union Home Minister over the second telecom spectrum scam.

The leader (Swamy) on the same day also tweeted, "Prashant Bhushan suggests clubbing of his petition with mine. I am agreeable and if Judges agree the two matter will be heard next week."

Earlier Swamy had hurled porn-bomb on Chidambaram saying, "Those Congis like Sibal who paint BJP with porn should ask how much PC pays per month for Uzbekis." [Read: After porn-bomb, Swamy throws 2G-bomb on Chidambaram, again]

Swamy generally has become one of the most prominent critique of the Congress party as he has bruised Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Kapil Sibal and all other key leaders of the party.

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