New Delhi/Mumbai: The high-level Congress panel probing the controversy surrounding an upscale housing society in Mumbai amid allegations against Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan today indicated it will not take unduly long time to decide his fate.
The possible time-frame by when the Congress High Command could take a call on the embattled chief minister, who offered to resign yesterday, was given by Defence Minister A K Antony, who is a member of the panel along with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.
“It will not take unusual time. It will take normal time,” Antony told reporters in New Delhi when asked to comment on enquiry by the panel appointed by Congress chief Sonia Gandhi to look into the Adarsh Housing Society scam and allegations against Chavan. The panel has also been asked to submit a report.