NDTV Correspondent, Updated: July 11, 2011 19:37 IST.
"We feel sorry for Suresh Kalmadi who is suffering hardships, and also for Ashok Chavan. In my personal opinion, both of them are innocent. But whenever any corruption charges are levelled, Sonia ji has to take action," Digvijaya Singh said addressing party workers in Pune, which is Mr Kalmadi's turf.
Mr Kalmadi became the face of the Commonwealth Games that were held in September last year. They were anchored in mismanagement and sweetheart deals to firms that provided equipment and services for the different venues and events.(Watch: CWG scam - Suresh Kalmadi to pay for the losses?)
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