Bhopal: Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Friday said there is no need for Suresh Kalmadi to resign as CWG Organising Games Chairman as the CBI or the CVC has not filed any cases against him relating to allegations of corruption in the event.
"No case has been filed either by CBI or CVC against Kalmadi. There is no need for him to resign in the wake of allegations of corruption in CWG preparations," the Congress General Secretary said. Earlier, on August 10, Singh had said Kalmadi should resign if his name figures in a CBI case relating to charges of corruption in the event.
On whether there will be any change in his stand if a case is filed against Kalmadi later, the Congress General Secretary said he never changes his views on such issues.
"Only when a case is filed against Kalmadi, he should resign from his post on moral grounds," Singh said.
He said BJP MLA Ramesh Mendola who is President of the Madhya Pradesh Olympic Association should resign as an FIR had been filed against him in connection with the Indore land scam. PTI