Gadkari should resign and turn up the heat on the UPA
With reference to the editorial It can’t get any worse (October 26), the allegations of corruption against BJP president Nitin Gadkari are indeed a reason for worry for the Opposition. There’s no denying that the party has now lost the high moral ground on corruption. If Gadkari wants to establish his innocence, he must resign from the post of the party president for the duration of the probe. This will not only help the party win people’s confidence but also put immense pressure on the government to take action against some of its ministers who are allegedly involved in one or the other scam.