Says he had only voiced his opinion, Cong attitude shows there is no room for correction A day after he was suspended from the party, former Minister and Congress MLA R Roshan Baig has reiterated that he stood by his charges on top party leaders for the poll debacle in the State. The Congress on Tuesday suspended Baig for his outburst against CLP leader Siddaramaiah, KPCC president Dinesh Gundurao and AICC general secretary KC Venugopal. “As a sincere soldier of this party, I had been a grass root worker of this party and graduated from the level of an NSUI worker in the 1970s. Being a state politician, I dared to express my true feelings and voiced the opinions of my Congress workers of this very State unit. “…for their poor election management with hopes of organisational change but this attitude shows, there’s no room for correction here. Remaining things will be discussed at an appropriate time, thanks,’’ he tweeted reacting to this suspension order. Later speaking to media, Baig siad that “arrogant and hegemonic migrants are responsible for the party’s debacle in the hustings,’’ he said questioning why there were double standards while dealing with supporters of Siddaramaiah and him. “I am in Indian National Congress, not Siddu Congress,’’ he sarcastically remarked to which the CLP leader hit back saying that “everyone including Baig are in Indian National Congress.” SIT may summon Baig The Special Investigation Team set by the State Government to probe the multi-thousand crore I Monetary Advise (IMA) scam is likely to summon Baig. In an audio tape economic fugitive and IMA managing Director Mohammed Mansoor Khan had named Baig of taking Rs 400 crore and refused to return. Baig had denied the charge as politically motivated and demanded a CBI probe. Revenue Minister RV Deshpande on Monday had said that the Shivajinagar MLA had brought the Khan to meet him in connection with giving clean chit to the scamster to raise a loan of Rs 600 crore.