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“Why is government trying to portray reports as unverified?”

NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday questioned why the Manmohan Singh government was trying to portray the WikiLeaks reports as “unverified” when the United States administration was itself saying that these were cables of its own embassies across the world.

“We are unable to understand why our government is not ready to accept the genuineness of these cables when [U.S. Secretary of State] Hillary Clinton has herself gone telephonically warning world governments about their leakage,” CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat told journalists here.

Adding that more cables would come out in the near future, he said: “These will provide a very revealing glimpse of the state of affairs of our government in the past few years, particularly after it entered into a strategic alliance with the United States.” — PTI

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