Coming out in support of the beleaguered Railways Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Kamal Nath on Monday, rejected demands for his resignation over the Railway bribery case saying it was a “bad tradition” to seek resignations over allegations.

Mr. Nath said as the probe was going on, the truth would come out and only then it will be known who was wrong. He said the BJP had refused to act when charges came out against its former president Nitin Gadkari. “Did BJP not save Gadkari?” he asked.

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