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NCP for special session to discuss developments in Iraq

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`India's position so far has been so insufficient that it almost amounts to indifference'

NEW DELHI: The Nationalist Congress Party on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to convene a special session of Parliament to discuss the issues pertaining to Iraq and strongly condemn the execution of Saddam Hussein, a constitutionally recognised President of a sovereign country. Expressing anguish over the development, party general secretary Tariq Anwar said the former Iraqi President was executed after a "sham trial." .

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