India PM declares 'nothing to hide' over corruption probe
NEW DELHI (AFP) - India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh declared on Tuesday his embattled government has "nothing to hide" and was "making all efforts" to find missing files sought for a high-profile corruption probe.
Singh told parliament more than 150,000 documents have already been handed over to investigators probing the allocation of coal mining licences, bowing to opposition demands to make a statement over the scandal.
"The government has nothing to hide," Singh told parliament.
"Some members have gone ahead and drawn their own conclusion that there is something fishy and the government is hiding something."