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Day after AP, Bengal bar CBI, Jaitley says states don’t have sovereignty in matters of corruption

When Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal withdrew the “general consent” provided to the CBI for conducting raids and probes on Friday, a stinging response from the BJP-led central government only seemed par for the course. It came today, from none other than Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

 “Only those with a lot to hide will take the step of not letting the CBI come to their states. There is no sovereignty of any state in the matter of corruption,” Mr Jaitley told media persons in Bhopal after releasing his party’s manifesto for the November 28 Madhya Pradesh assembly polls.

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